Get Cash For Used Books

Get Cash For Used Books

It’s that time of year again. Classes are wrapping up, your finals are out of the way, summer is knocking at your door. Just one problem. What to do with all your used books? You could try and sell back ...

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Community College: The Transfer Route

Community College: The Transfer Route

So you didn’t get in to the colleges you wanted. Maybe you just can’t afford to go to a four year university right now. Or maybe you just want to get a little extra education before entering the work force. ...

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Helping Others Will Help You

Helping Others Will Help You

Aside from academics, when a college looks at a student the most important thing to them is that they have good character. But just how can you show your honesty, integrity and dedication on paper?

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Fast Cash From Seasonal Jobs

Fast Cash From Seasonal Jobs

The best way to make guaranteed cash is of course to have a job. Unfortunately with the economy in its current state, jobs can be very scarce. However during the holiday season, retail stores open up thousands of jobs that ...

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Clubs: Your Ticket to a Scholarship

When looking for scholarships you will notice that many require you to perform some action in your community. One of the most common and also one of the most exciting ways to get a scholarship is forming a club at ...

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Meal Plans: Pros and Cons

Many people have heard the term “starving college student.” However many college students don’t have to worry about this at all. At most colleges they offer students meal plans.

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Save money, sell your old books.

The College Board reports that the average student pays a whopping $1137 for books and supplies every year. That seems like a whole lot, especially when you are only going to use a book for a semester and then be ...

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How to Get the Best Class Schedule: Plan B

You graduated high school, you made it into college, you know what you want to major in and you have everything planned out for the next four (or more) years of your life. However, things do not always go according ...

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