Top Resources for College Students: From Financial Aid to Study Tips

Are you a high school graduate or even an adult looking to obtain a college degree? Looking for college can be difficult, but with the right resources, your job may be a bit easier. Whether your perils are in finding the right college degree program, understanding and managing your financial obligations, managing your academics, or just balancing your life, we have a list of resources you need to succeed.

Check out this list of great articles that will demystify commonly asked questions as a college student:

 


 

Finding the Right School

  • College Admissions 101: Interview with a Program ManagerIn this interview, you'll hear important insight into the college admissions process that includes what to look while researching colleges, common questions, college success strategies, and more.
  • What are Colleges Really Looking for in an Applicant?: While many students ponder this thought at some point during their college search, a good question to start with may be. What does this college have to offer me? Learn more about the college application process in this informative article. 

Financing School

  • Student Loan Debt Consolidation - By The NumbersThis infographic explores student loan debt consolidation statistics and the importance of repaying your student debt in a timely manner.
  • Ways to Evade Student DebtFor some, the most overwhelming notion of going to college can be summed up in one word: debt. Yes, a higher education is expensive, but without a college degree, moving up in the working world and attaining financial success will prove all the more difficult.
  • Top Grants and Scholarships for the Adult StudentFinancial Services Advisor at Rasmussen College shares his insight into the top grants and scholarships for adult college students.

Managing School and Personal Life

  • Balancing Coursework and a Full-Time JobDo you feel like you've been stuck at the same dead-end job for too long? Why not do something about it? Going back to school could be the answer to finally being able to work in a profession you love.
  • How Online Learning Fits Into Your Busy ScheduleEarning a degree later in life may seem like a daunting, even impossible idea to consider - especially if you already work fulltime or have a family.

Setting Yourself up for Success

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