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Monthly Archives: June 2010
Where did June go? As we approach the halfway point of your summer break (or internship or summer classes), it’s a good time to check in with you on how you’ve been spending this summer — or maybe I should… Continue reading
You freshmen heading off to college for the first time this fall — are you ready for your roommate? I remember getting my roommate assignment from university housing and being really nervous to meet her. Would we get along or… Continue reading
A successful transition to the world that awaits you after college graduation isn’t easy. Particularly difficult is losing some benefits that come along with the title “college student.” I miss the joys and the blissfulness of college life (but not… Continue reading
On May 16, the shackles of blue book exams, bad campus food and eccentric professors fell off my exhausted shoulders, and I, along with many others, found myself thrust into the exciting yet unfamiliar world of post-graduation. My alma-mater is… Continue reading
For most of you college students, summer break probably began weeks ago. Unless, of course, you decided to do summer school. I never took summer classes myself, opting instead for a series of unfortunate part-time jobs. Typically, by the time… Continue reading
While looking at your financial aid award for the fall semester, you may find that you need to fill a funding gap with a private student loan. This year, there’s a new step in the private student loan application process:… Continue reading
You’re in that zone. You’ve graduated, but you don’t have to start paying back your student loans just yet. So how will you handle it? Put off worrying about it for a few months. You’ve got bigger concerns now, like… Continue reading