So, what is the perfect university? The truth is that there is no one-size-fits-all school. You have to find the one that's perfect for you. Don't worry! I know it's stressful, but I'm here to help.
So, you read part 1 and part 2 of the FAFSA Series, but now you’re wondering: what types of financial aid are available? I’ve got you covered! In this post, I’m going to talk about the types of aid available from FAFSA and other sources. Read Part 1 of the FAFSA Series Here Read Part… Continue reading FAFSA: What types of aid are available?
This is the second post in my FAFSA series. Have you read the first one? If not, click here to read it. Time to decode the FAFSA and financial aid terms! Recommended: What is FAFSA? How do apply? Now that you know what FAFSA is and how to apply for it, it’s time to understand… Continue reading FAFSA Glossary: What do all these things mean??
Hey guys! I’ve decided to start a FAFSA series. With so much information, it can be confusing and frustrating when applying for financial aid. This is the first post in the series. I’m going to cover what FAFSA is and how to apply in this post. If you’re a high-school student, college student, or parent,… Continue reading What is FAFSA and how do I apply?
Sure, it's possible to live without one but there are a lot of reasons not to! Some cons of not having a mini fridge: you won’t have cold drinks, dairy products or frozen foods (ice cream, yum!) in your dorm need ice? you’ll have to make a store run only have 10 meals a week… Continue reading College: 5 Mini Fridges for Every Budget
Below is a list of phone/tablet apps that can aide you in your studies: 1. EasyBib (free). EasyBib is a free app that creates MLA, APA, and other citation style types. It does so when you scan the bar-code on a book. Typing information is soooooo last century! 2. Remember the Milk (free). Remember… Continue reading 12 Free Apps for High School and College Productivity