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Ways to Encourage Students to Read Books in the Age of Twitter

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With the importance of having a high literacy rate among youths in mind, governments are investing in programs that promote reading. As the global youth literacy rate continues to thrive at 93 percent according to UNICEF, teachers will have to see to it that the number is maintained by encouraging students to take up a book and read.

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Student Aid Tip

for the week of: Dec 09

BUILDING A COLLEGE BUDGET

College students need to assemble a budget plan that maps our expected costs and the available financial aid that the student has.

Having a budget will help determine how much additional funds you need to get through school without disruption.

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Freshman Five: 5 Flawless Tips for Your First Semester in College After High School

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After high school ends, most young people take the track to college. The college experience can be both exciting yet scary. There are so many new adjustments to make and there’s a whole lot more responsibility on your shoulders as an adult. However, there’s no need to stress out about the process. As you begin your collegiate career, it’s best to remember a few key tips to be successful. Implement these tips as soon as you possibly can and they will serve you well in your college years.

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4 Unique Career Paths Veterans Should Think About

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The military offers a variety of skills that can be transferrable into many different industries. Deciding on a career path once you leave the military is something that can follow your own personal interests. Here are some career paths that you may want to take under advisement.

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How Smart Students Avoid Using Student Loans to Pay for School

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The number of students that graduate from college with massive amounts of debt is growing. This may contribute to the trend that more young people are moving back home. Here are some ways that you can pay for school without taking out loans.

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E-learning vis-a-vis E-commerce

from our Student TIPS

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The internet is a global gateway of networks where people connect and interact to share information or create services. Like any other technology, people see pros: email, shopping, communication and services; and cons: abusive or exploitative use of information, users’ addiction and decreased personal privacy, in it. However, the internet could be a leveraging tool for success if properly utilized.

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How Foreigners Set Themselves up for Educational Success

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Moving to a brand new country can be intimidating. It can be particularly intimidating to foreigners who canít speak the language fluently. Smart and savvy foreigners however, can get on the path to achievement by adopting several strategies. Moving to a new nation can be a wonderful thing for foreigners who are cautious, ambitious, and committed.

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Be Bold! 3 Ways to Gain Confidence Before Your First Semester of College

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Starting college can be an overwhelming experience, and you may feel intimidated by the entire process. You understandably want to overcome these feelings and feel confident on your first day of class. While each student may have unique factors to address to boost confidence, these are some general ideas that may help most new college students.

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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.

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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...