All articles tagged: “Students”

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GreatSchools — A Free Resource for Parents Seeking the Best Educational Opportunities in Their Local Communities

GreatSchools Helps Parents Find the Best Educational Opportunities

In a Nutshell: A child’s development hinges on a quality education, which places a lot of pressure on parents... read more »

Adam West

By: Adam West • 6/1/17

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Teach For America Gives Students in Low-Income Communities Access to a Quality Education

Teach For America Promotes Access to Quality Education

In a Nutshell: Many Americans might take educational opportunities for granted, but for a large portion of the US... read more »

Adam West

By: Adam West • 5/18/17

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MIT OpenCourseWare Provides Tuition-Free Access to Higher Education from a World-Leading Technical Institute

Free Access to Higher Education with MIT OpenCourseWare

In a Nutshell: While the traditional college education system has its advantages, it’s not within reach for... read more »

Adam West

By: Adam West • 5/15/17

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Fastweb Matches Students with Over 1.5 Million Targeted Scholarships, Financial Aid Resources, Career Advice & More

Fastweb Matches Students with 1.5M+ Targeted Scholarships

In a Nutshell: Fastweb is a free service that connects college students to a database of over 1.5 million... read more »

Sean Garrity

By: Sean Garrity • 2/8/17

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Lenny: Building Sound Credit Among the Young and Mending Credit Missteps of Youth

A Lenny Line of Credit Helps First-Time and Low-Credit Borrowers

In a Nutshell: The free Lenny Credit app courts college students, Millennials, and people with poor or no credit... read more »

Ashley Dull

By: Ashley Dull • 6/14/16

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Edvisors: A Full Range of Resources for Parents & Students Looking for Help to Plan & Pay for College

Edvisors Provides Resources to Help Plan & Pay for College

In a Nutshell: A lot of questions come up when you’re applying to college: Where should I apply? How do I get in?... read more »

Lauren Keys

By: Lauren Keys • 6/9/16

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Industry Experts Volunteer to Lead Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) Programs, Bridging the Student Financial Literacy Gap

CARE: Bridging the Student Financial Literacy Gap

In a Nutshell: While discussing personal finance remains taboo, younger generations aren’t learning the necessary... read more »

Ashley Dull

By: Ashley Dull • 5/12/16

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10 Undergrads Ready to Revolutionize the Finance Industry

10 Undergrads Ready to Revolutionize the Finance Industry

For thousands of college students around the United States, graduation is right around the corner. The days of... read more »

BadCredit.org Staff

By: BadCredit.org Staff • 4/6/15

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MoneyIsland: The Best Game for Teaching Kids Finance

MoneyIsland: The Best Game for Teaching Kids Finance

In a nutshell — MoneyIsland is a creative and fun program for children that teaches basic financial literacy skills... read more »

BadCredit.org Staff

By: BadCredit.org Staff • 1/5/15

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How to Get Financial Aid When You’re a Student with Bad Credit

How to Get Financial Aid When You’re a Student with Bad Credit

College is more expensive than ever. According to the College Board, the average student at a private university... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 1/2/15

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How Students with Bad Credit Can Apply for Credit Cards

How Students with Bad Credit Can Apply for Credit Cards

If you’re in college and dealing with bad credit, you’re undoubtedly hoping to graduate with a higher score. Doing... read more »

Steven Tumulski

By: Steven Tumulski • 12/18/14

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4 Ways for Students to Avoid Bad Credit

4 Ways for Students to Avoid Bad Credit

College life exposes young adults to countless temptations – one of those being financial. You’re finally free to... read more »

BadCredit.org Staff

By: BadCredit.org Staff • 11/25/14

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University of Missouri Uses P2P Model to Empower Students

University of Missouri Uses P2P Model to Empower Students

It’s no secret college students struggle with financial literacy. With undergrads living on their own with... read more »

BadCredit.org Staff

By: BadCredit.org Staff • 10/30/14

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Personal Finance @Duke Helps Students See Devil in the Details

Personal Finance @Duke Helps Students See Devil in the Details

In a nutshell: The Personal Finance @Duke program offers a comprehensive collection of articles, tools and advice... read more »

BadCredit.org Staff

By: BadCredit.org Staff • 10/7/14

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Students, Getting Credit Has Never Been Easier!

Students, Getting Credit Has Never Been Easier!

There’s no better time to get started learning about credit and building your credit history than as a student.... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 4/17/14

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How to Pay Tuition When You Have Bad Credit

How to Pay Tuition When You Have Bad Credit

We all know in today’s increasingly competitive workplace, you’ve got to have a college degree to succeed. But with... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 2/28/14

Study

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Students Paying for Lunch with Credit Often Choose Unhealthy Foods

Students Paying for Lunch with Credit Often Choose Unhealthy Foods

A recent study in the journal Obesity seems to show a relationship between students eating habits and the way they... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 2/3/14

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Credit Mistakes College Students Make

Credit Mistakes College Students Make

Building good credit is important if you want to eventually qualify for low loan and insurance rates. The best way... read more »

BadCredit.org Staff

By: BadCredit.org Staff • 1/28/14

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Study Finds Teens Often Take Precautions to Avoid Identity Theft

Study Finds Teens Often Take Precautions to Avoid Identity Theft

As our lives move online, it isn’t always easy to protect our personal information. Teens and young adults are... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 12/26/13

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How to Pay Off Student Loans After a Death

How to Pay Off Student Loans After a Death

Losing a child, a spouse or other close family member is a devastating blow. It is understandable if you feel like... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 11/29/13

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How to Keep Grad School from Hurting Your Credit

How to Keep Grad School from Hurting Your Credit

As a general rule, the more education a person has, the more money they will earn during their lifetime. If you... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 10/29/13

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Do Personal Loans Help Student Debt?

Do Personal Loans Help Student Debt?

Paying for college is expensive. According to the College Board, the average cost of in-state tuition for one year... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 10/10/13

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College Students Worry About Debt But Not Overdrafts, Study Says

College Students Worry About Debt But Not Overdrafts, Study Says

It looks like college students still need help learning to manage their finances. A new study found many students... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 9/30/13

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More College Students Drop Out Due to Debt Than Academics

More College Students Drop Out Due to Debt Than Academics

When students build up credit card debt, they aren’t just hurting their finances. They’re also putting their degree... read more »

David Andrew

By: David Andrew • 7/29/13

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7 Credit Tips for New College Students

7 Credit Tips for New College Students

So you’ve graduated and are heading off to college? Congratulations! I’m sure you’ve gotten plenty of advice... read more »

Mike Randall

By: Mike Randall • 7/13/13

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