Narrowing Your College Application List

Narrowing Your College Application List

Applying to college is a grueling and stressful process. Working on all the applications can be made even more stressful when you consider the rising costs of application fees, supplements, and potentially even interviews. Narrowing down your long list of potential schools is an important part of the application process, one that many people don’t consider when they put a ton of work into applying to schools they don’t need to apply to.

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How to Live on a College Budget

How to Live on a College Budget

Going to college was a huge adjustment for me because I came from a home where I had everything provided for me and never really had to worry about anything. Although I still have life extremely easy because I live in a dorm, walk five minutes to class, and have meals made for me whenever I want them, freshman year is a huge adjustment. The biggest thing a freshman student needs to learn quickly is how to manage your money.

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Managing Your College Finances: A Student's Perspective

Managing Your College Finances: A Student's Perspective

Budgeting your money is difficult especially when it's your first time doing so. Our UCF on-campus specialist Marc shares his advice about keeping your money in order when you first get to college

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College Emergency Fund: A Student's Perspective

College Emergency Fund: A Student's Perspective

There are many different ways to approach your finances in college. One of our on-campus specialists Gloria talks about her emergency fund among other tips and tricks for managing your college finances.

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