Alexandria Williams

Alexandria Williams

Alex is an educator and developer in Southern California. An alumna of the University of Michigan and the University of Oxford, she earned seven academic scholarships to fund her education and enjoys helping international and underrepresented students do the same.

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5 Things to Consider If You Plan to Live Off-Campus

Living off-campus has many perks including more space, privacy, and freedom than most on-campus dorms. However, not all ...

What Is Off-Campus Room And Board?

For students living off campus it’s easy to spend more than you would if you live on campus. When living on campus, room...

Colleges with the Least Expensive Room and Board Fees

For most colleges, room and board is among the most significant expenses. However, on this list, you’ll find the lowest ...

Colleges with the Most Expensive Room and Board Fees

Aside from tuition, room and board is the most significant expense at most colleges. At institutions with the highest ro...

Do You Get More Financial Aid If You Live Off-Campus?

Students live off campus for a variety of reasons, and it’s not always a personal choice. In fact, some universities don...

How Much Will Room & Board Cost Where I Live?

Aside from tuition, room and board is the most costly expense you’ll have in college. In addition to university fees, a ...

Should I Live On-Campus or Off-Campus?

For most college freshmen, the decision about where to live is relatively easy. Most campuses require first-year student...

Can I Use My 529 Plan for K-12 Expenses?

If you’re a parent saving for college, you may be using a 529 college savings plan. These plans, also known as Qualified...

To Whom Can I Transfer the Money in a 529 Plan?

A 529 plan, which includes both 529 college savings plans and 529 prepaid plans, allow individuals to contribute money t...

Where can You Use a 529 Plan?

While most people think of a 529 plan when applying to a college or university, the truth is that you can use a 529 plan...

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