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Fall graduation is almost here which means soon it will be time for students to attend exit counseling sessions. When you borrow money from certain student loan programs, like the Direct Subsidized or Unsubsidized loan, the federal government requires schools … Continue reading
Whether you are a freshman and away from home for the first time or an upper classman, you are probably starting to think about Thanksgiving Day. I was one of the lucky ones who were able to go home for … Continue reading
October is here and you have settled into the fall semester at college. Everything is going great except you have already gone over budget and money is tight. What to do? This is very common, especially for first year students. … Continue reading
For me, the best thing about college was not just what I learned from classes, it was also what I learned about life. Going away to school was the first time I was on my own, and I was thrown … Continue reading
Have you noticed that everyone today wants a more diverse and inclusive culture? Whether you are applying for college, starting your first job or buying your first home, the word diversity pops up somewhere. So much so that diversity has … Continue reading
A little over 4 years ago I made a decision to leave the life I knew in Austin and move to New York. Many people thought I was nuts to move at such a time. The industry I work in … Continue reading
I am sure you have been told by someone that everyone can be a leader and—like most people—you have dismissed it. Why? Because we associate leadership and authority as the same thing, and they are not. To put it simply, … Continue reading