If you're like most high school students who'll be responsible for at least partially earning your own way through college, you've undoubtedly already started exploring potential employment options — and you probably already know that typical student employment involves working in the service industry. Restaurant and...

There is no getting around the fact that college is expensive. You could still have expenses to cover once you have received the maximum scholarship, grant, and federal loan money you are eligible to receive. Should you apply for a private student loan? This is the...

When it comes to saving money on college expenses, the simplest thing you can do is graduate in four years. Taking even one extra semester to complete your degree will add significantly to your expenses, according to U.S. News & World Report Education. The well-known magazine...

A full-time college course load is already a lot to manage without adding a part-time job into the mix. However, working is a necessity for many students to help pay their living expenses and supplement the financial aid they receive towards tuition. Other students simply...

The score you receive on your SAT or ACT exam is an important part of your admissions application to college. Admissions counselors review your score along with your personal statement, grades in high school, recommendations, and community service when deciding whether to accept you as...