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Six College Degrees That Will Give You an Opportunity to Change the Lives of Others

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Everyone chooses their college degrees for many different reasons, including opportunity to travel, salary, desire to start their own business or make a difference in othersí lives. While these degrees certainly arenít for everyone, they will all give you an opportunity to change the lives of others and help those in need:

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Student Aid Tip

for the week of: October 26

HAPPY HALLOWEEN

Halloween this week. Time of tricks and treats. Don't trick yourself about the cost of education, however. It can be expensive. You need to prepare for all the financial aid you can get. We will review these financial aid treats in the weeks to come. In the meantime, let's have a little Halloween fun.

Degrees That Don’t Take Four Years Of Schooling

from our Student TIPS

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Attending a four-year college right after high school is a step that many youths take, but that doesn’t mean it’s the correct choice for everyone. Not only do some teenagers want to pursue a different path, but returning students do not always have the time or money to attend school for four full years.

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How Can College Students Benefit from LinkedIn

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Unlike other social networking sites like Facebook and Instagram where you create your account, make friends, share your photos, videos or music and post statuses, LinkedIn is designed specifically for professional networking which includes job searching, finding sales lead and connecting with potential business partners.

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Getting A Degree In Law: Different Directions You Can Take

from our Student TIPS

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When most people hear someone is going to law school, they conclude they must be planning to attend the standard three-year curriculum for what is known as a Juris Doctor. This degree qualifies a lawyer to sit for the bar exam in most states.

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Student Loans: How to Keep Post-Graduation Debt from Ruining Your Financial Future

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It’s no secret that the cost of college is astronomical, and prices are only rising. A few of the lucky ones can escape college without getting into debt, however, most students can’t continue their education without the aid of student loans.

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Four Financially Viable Alternatives to Taking Out Student Loans

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According to a study by the Institute for College Access & Success’ Project on Student Debt, the average college graduate from the class of 2012 has about $29,400 in student loan debt. While some level of college debt might be unavoidable, read on to learn more about four ways you can fund your education while minimizing the amount of student loans you take.

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Five Fun Jobs That Will Relish your Creativity

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Being stuck in a cubicle all day may be the best way to get paid every two weeks, but it doesn’t mean that it’s always the best option for expressing your creativity. Doing the same routine process every day at your job is not only a bit boring, but it can also stunt your personal growth and ability to expand upon things that you like.

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achieving success...

Achieving success in college requires 3 key ingredients

  • 1: planning
    use planning for success to develop a plan using heirarchical blocks to achieve anything you would like to be


  • 2: discipline
    planning means nothing if you don't have the discipline to achieve the plan. You need a foundation of physical, educational, social and spiritural disciplines in order to achieve success


  • 3: execution
    to maximize your efforts and energy, you need to execute your plan using time management in order to achieve what needs to be done and more importantly, recognize your accomplishments to build the motivation to continue your plan for success.

    download FREE these 3-ingredient modules and forms

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Do you need money for college or other higher education (i.e., private student loans and other student loans)? Simply consult our student financial aid charts to find financial aid information for undergraduates, graduate students, parents of students and continuing education students.

Our financial aid charts summarize the financial aid options that include scholarships, grants, work-study programs, student loans, PLUS loans, summary information about private student loans, home equity loans for education (introducing the "bank equity program" for financing college) and other student aid options.

We also have a number of student loan tools and tips to help manage your financing. Start with our financial aid reviews for starting a college budget, reducing college costs, understanding the financial aid process, calculating borrowing costs, downloading our tools, reviewing the financial aid process, viewing student income ideas and much more. Our aid tips include a set of questions that address financial aid issues.

And when you are ready to apply for student loans and other financial aid, make a simple click to get matched with the right financing source for your needs.

We've posted a number of financial aid articles that delve deep into financial aid planning. Be sure to visit our student library for smart financial aid decisions...