How to Go to College for Free
Before you stress about the high costs of college, consider options to go to college for free or at a reduced cost. While it may not completely be free, there are options to lower the price tag for college and to reduce student loan debt. Here’s how to lower your costs of college or potentially even go to college for free.Read More
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Free Stuff for College Students
College is expensive, but fortunately there are many student discounts you can take advantage of. There are even many things you can get for free just for being a college student. You should always ask if there is a student discount on anything you are buying, from a new computer and clothes to dinner and movie tickets. These are items you can get for free as a college student.Read more
Colleges that Cater to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
College is a difficult adjustment even for neurotypical students. The lifestyle changes necessitated by college enrollment can be even more of a shock for autistic students. Some colleges offer special programs to address the unique needs of autistic students.Read more
How to Get Friends and Family to Pitch in on College Savings
For many parents, convincing friends and family to give the gift of college stills feels a bit awkward. These tips will give you a few ideas on how to get friends and family to pitch in and help grow the dollars in your child’s college fund. Birthdays, baby showers, graduations and major holidays all present an opportunity to get a gift with a long-term impact on the child's future instead of the usual wrapping paper and cardboard boxes.Read more
Several Cities Offer Free College Tuition ProgramsSee more articles
Several U.S. cities and municipalities offer government-sponsored free tuition programs. These programs are either completely or partially free, and most have conditions and mandates that student recipients must follow, similar to the restrictions on state free college tuition programs.Read more
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