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First: an application. Second: an interview. Sound a little like job hunting? It does, but it’s also a common application procedure many students have to endure if they want to get admitted into college. If you are one of those students, here are five tips to help you survive.
In only a couple of short months you’ll be moving to school and into a dorm room. Packing can be tedious—and of course, expensive—but it’s vital, as you need to bring your life’s essentials with you. So here are ten must-haves, as well as some tips on how to get them cheaper:
Now that it’s the season of fireworks and cookouts, we often pay tribute to the distinct history of our country: its founders, Presidents, and milestones. It’s only natural, then, that we take note of some of our nation’s most historic colleges.
Face it: the price of college is swelling more than the summer surf. So here are five things you can buy that will actually cut your overall costs, ensuring that your next semester will be as affordable as it can be. If that’s not a bit of metaphorical sunshine, we don’t know what is.
While today’s economy is almost as bad as the politicians and investors that ruined it, take solace in the fact that some industries are still hiring. Based on a recent survey of nonprofits, things are actually looking up; in total, 43% of them plan to hire new employees in 2012. Interested?