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Five Ways to Protect Your Investment in College

July 6, 2022

As back-to-school season approaches, students’ excitement about going off to college is likely accompanied by their parents’ dread of the costs associated with their education.

The summer before your first semester in college can be overwhelming as so many parts of your life begin to shift. Being on your own means, you may need to get a few extra things. Your dorm room will be your bedroom, living room, and kitchen! With so many expenses, it’s a good idea to make sure you aren’t overspending, and you’re protected in case something goes wrong.

A quick search of online resources can uncover ways to save money while protecting your substantial investment in college. We’ve already got a few for you,

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Other Safety

Spring Break Safety Tips

No matter where you are heading on vacation this spring break, safety should always be a consideration. Here are a few tips for college students to stay safe this spring break season.…

February 16, 2022

Valentine’s Day: College Relationships

Happy Valentine’s Day! What will you be doing this year to celebrate? Maybe you’ve got a great date planned, a girls’ night, an intramural game, or a night of lots of studying for midterms. Whatever your plans are, there’s no wrong way to celebrate!…

February 14, 2022
Adulting Other Transition

How to Manage Bills as a College Student

College can be a challenging time for students, but it doesn’t need to be stressful. College students often struggle to manage their money and pay their bills on time as they move to this new chapter in their life. We are here to help…

December 30, 2021
Apps to help in College

7 Free Apps That Make College Life Simple

College life brings a new amount of responsibility. From finances to homework, handling it all can be overwhelming. Thankfully, the digital age makes it easy and straightforward. If you have a smartphone or tablet, you have your choice of hundreds of apps to keep…

December 23, 2021
Wall Street Journal Student Health Care Review

Student Health Insurance Review by the Wall Street Journal

The September 26th edition of the Wall Street Journal published an article titled “How College Health Plans Are Failing Students”. The article fails to address just how few affordable choices students have if the school plan does not meet their needs. …

December 17, 2021
Other Student Life

Supporting and Understanding Gender Identity in College

The college years are some of the most formative, character-building years in a young adult’s life. For many, college is the time they solidify their personal, ethical, religious, and political beliefs. For others, these years may be spent discovering their true sense of self…

October 26, 2021