What is a 529 savings plan? How does it differ from a prepaid tuition plan? Are these things you should have? And if you do have one, what can you do with it? In this post, we answer all these questions and more.
Before you spend your high school years stressing yourself out by attempting to perfectly arrange the next 8 years of your academic life, let me offer you a little advice.
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Leadership in its simplest form is beneficial, proactive influence. Even if you’re an entry-level employee at a coffee shop, movie theater, or fast casual restaurant, you can take the initiative and show leadership.
I’m sure you’ve heard how important STEM is. But do you even know what STEM is? Or why it’s important? Or if it’s right for you? This post will help you answer those questions.
Like any artistic endeavor, music isn’t a surefire way to secure a comfortable job with status and money to spare. You’re often going to be working twice as hard for half as much. Will a music degree give you the extra edge you need?
As an artistic book worm, I was an unlikely accountant for sure. However, by pursuing this most unlikely degree choice, I discovered accountants are more than stern, semi-monastic gurus of great financial mysteries. They're organizers on steroids.
Why are the acceptance rates for dozens of completely average colleges across California plummeting, with less than half of applicants finding a spot? I have one word for you: impaction.
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Is trying to pick a major stressing you out? Put down the pros and cons list and stop Googling every emphasis, minor, and elective you find. Here’s why your college major doesn’t matter as much as you think it does.
Do you really need an amazing campus, flashy sports teams, and all-nighters to complete the college experience? Here are 6 ways you can craft your own perfect college experience, no matter where you go to college.
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After her only daughter graduated high school, Elah needed a new adventure. As she worked to help her daughter find the perfect college option, Elah realized her daughter might not be the only one who would benefit from higher education.
Abby wanted a chance to learn her way, but she also wanted a college degree. She had no idea she could get both.