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Creating your college short list
As you look forward to college applications next fall, this summer is a great time to work on finalizing your college short list — the list of schools you’ll apply to next year.
Military service and college: Real stories from those who’ve been there
For students considering financing their education by joining the military, these four military graduates give a first-person perspective of the benefits the military can provide. They also uncover tips you may not have heard.
Top strategies to help get ahead this summer
Check out these ideas to help get ahead academically and financially while school is out.
Video: Cyber security tips for college students
Learn some eye-opening cyber security stats, plus tips to help secure your digital presence.
Figuring out how to build a budget
Think you’re spending too much? Here’s how to plan, using what the average college student spends on living expenses.
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Graduate School Entrance Exams
With most graduate school entrance exams, you're able to arrange your test date based on your schedule, or there will be multiple test dates throughout the year. Create a timeline that works for you. Still on the fence about grad school? Here's what to consider.Location: School/ Online
The Point Community College Scholarship
The Point Community College Program inspires LGBTQ community college students to fulfill their ambitions of graduating with an associate’s degree and/or transferring to a four-year college or university. Students accepted into the program will receive between $2,000-$4,800 in scholarship support each year, admissions counseling, coaching and financial education at the Point Community College Transfer Symposium in Los Angeles, and access to the Point Foundation network of LGBTQ scholars, more than 300 alumni, and many others dedicated to seeing LGBTQ students succeed. Sponsored by Wells FargoLocation: Online
Financial Literacy Month
The month of April is Financial Literacy Month. A 2019 study by Ohio State University found that nearly half of college students feel stressed about their personal finances. Subscribe to the CollegeSTEPS newsletter to get tips and insights on making the most of college, managing your money, and starting a career.Location: Online