The college years are very exciting times - exercising independence, meeting new friends, experiencing new things, and preparing for the future. When you are experiencing college life, make sure to keep your future in mind as well.
Since college is an investment of your precious time and lots of money, you don't want to waste either one by failing at it. You CAN be a successful college student. Review the following topics for some important tips to make the most of your college experience!
Since college is an investment of your precious time and lots of money, you don't want to waste either one.
One simple question for the best college and career adviceYou have the freedom to do what you want with your life and knowing that can be both a liberating gift and a heavy burden.
Choices About Colleges and CareersFrom a financial perspective, the most important decision you can make about college is whether or not you go and what you plan to study.
Four things successful college students do in high schoolSuccess in life is often the result of good habits.
In-person vs. online - deciding what's bestOnline classes are part of almost every student's college experience today.
5 questions to ask yourself before choosing a majorOne thing about the future is for certain – you don't want to look back over your life and have regret about the career decisions you've made.
Taking credit for going to collegeIf you are a college student, there is more than one way to get credit for your studies.
Five questions to ask yourself before choosing a collegeWhen I graduated from high school, I wanted to go to college.
Building and Maintaining CreditUnderstanding the decisions and behaviors that can lead to improved credit scores.
The Concept of Paying Yourself FirstSaving money isn't easy, but it's essential to achieving financial independence and securing your future. One of the best and easiest ways to save money is to "pay yourself first."
Mapping Your Future budget videoIf you are a high school or college student, you have to plan a lot of things, including the classes you need to take in order to graduate.
Salary Expectations Versus RealityMost young people tend to overestimate their starting salaries.
T.F. Riggs High School Financial Aid NightThursday, September 7 at 7:00 PM CST
Burke School Financial Aid NightMonday, September 11 at 7:00 PM CST
Gettysburg High School Financial Aid NightTuesday, September 12 at 5:30 PM CST