Best Posts of College and Finance

Here’s a list of some of the “best” posts College and Finance has to offer. Many contain very useful information, and some are just plain entertaining. 1. 18 Overlooked Things Everyone Should Bring to College Find out what not to forget, or what you should have remembered. 2. 32 Weird Scholarships Almost Anyone Can Get … Read more Best Posts of College and Finance

Fourth Carnival of College and Finance

Welcome to the Fourth Edition of The Carnival of College and Finance! There were many great submissions this time around. Unfortunately, some had to be denied because we here at College and Finance can’t accept more than one post from one web site. Some people tried to spam, and failed miserably. So, here you have … Read more Fourth Carnival of College and Finance

16 Most Popular Video Games on College Campuses

College students seem to really love their video games. I remember being surprised when I first arrived at college to see how many people had video game systems, computer games, and more. So, I figured I’d undertake a huge task. I wanted to find out what video games were most popular on college campuses. It … Read more 16 Most Popular Video Games on College Campuses

Go to Class Your Wallet and GPA Will Thank You

It’s 8:10AM on a Monday morning. Class starts in 20 minutes and I just don’t want to get out of bed and go, so I decide to roll over and catch a few extra hours of sleep. Little do I know that not only could I miss something potentially important in class, but also my … Read more Go to Class Your Wallet and GPA Will Thank You

Harry Potters Guide to The People You Meet in College

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is full of some interesting characters, as is the rest of the Harry Potter world. If you’re going to college, you’ll meet a lot of new people. If you’re in college, you’ll know exactly the people I’m talking about. If Harry Potter were giving you advice about the people … Read more Harry Potters Guide to The People You Meet in College

How Cosmo Kramer Would Make Money in College

Getting a regular job in college is great, but not every student wants to work at their cafeteria. In fact, I’d be willing to bet a sizeable amount of cash that most students would rather not have to work at a cafeteria, or a library, or have any normal college job. Kramer from Seinfeld is … Read more How Cosmo Kramer Would Make Money in College

The Dirty Secret of Student Credit Cards

Have you ever wondered why it’s so easy to get a credit card in college? Credit card companies LOVE college students. And the numbers suggest that college students love to use their credit cards. Graduates face an average of $3,000 in credit card debt when they leave school. Why is it so easy for college … Read more The Dirty Secret of Student Credit Cards

The College Drinking Age Debate – 18 or 21 – Opinion

One of the biggest concerns parents (and students) have about college is drinking. It’s an undeniable fact that almost every college student will be faced with an opportunity to participate in underage drinking. College students aren’t the best when it comes to moderation, and binge drinking occurs on campuses all across the country. The recent … Read more The College Drinking Age Debate – 18 or 21 – Opinion

Students From Upper-Middle Class Families to Get More Financial Aid

Today I read an interesting article about Harvard boosting their financial aid. Specifically, Harvard’s goal was to make the $45,620 yearly tuition price tag more affordable for everyone. The first thing I thought when I saw the headline was “about time!” Students who come from families that make less than $60,000 annually already don’t have … Read more Students From Upper-Middle Class Families to Get More Financial Aid

Interview With The myUsearch Founder

Every year, perspective students are faced with the daunting task of selecting the place in which they will spend the next 2-4 years (sometimes more) of their lives. One’s college choice is also important because of the financial implications from an investment standpoint. Unfortunately, sometimes students find that they may have not made the right … Read more Interview With The myUsearch Founder