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10 European countries with free or virtually free college tuition

Contrary to what you might expect, studying abroad can actually save you money.

Are college students eligible for government benefits programs?

As the cost of college continues to rise, a considerable number of college students are being classified as food- or hou...

How To Choose the Right Meal Plan for Your Budget

Once you are accepted to college, it’s time to make some other logistical choices. Many students don’t even consider cho...

Moving to College on a Budget: 5 Things You Can Do Right Now

As you tear open your acceptance letter, you feel a sigh of relief come over you. You are in! You look at your paperwork...

8 Essential To-Do’s After Accepting a College Admissions Offer

You are finally able to take a breath. Endless college essays, test scores, recommendations, and scholarship application...

How will financial aid impact my taxes?

Scholarships, grants, and fellowships (which fall under “gift aid”) are often described as “free money” since they don’t...

How the University of North Texas (UNT) helps students succeed financially

 Understanding basic money management skills like living within a budget and understanding credit and debt is very impor...

Can Grandparents Deduct College Tuition?

If grandparents will be helping with college tuition, there may be gift tax implications.

How Can I Apply to College for Free?

If you’re a student getting ready to apply for college, you might experience some shock when it comes time to pay for th...

Colleges That Cost More Than $60 To Apply To

So why is there a fee to just apply to college? An application fee is the cost that a school charges to review your appl...

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