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5 Money Mistakes Students Make Freshman Year

NSCS is proud to provide you with this content from one of our awesome partners Nerdwallet. No one expects you to have it all together your freshman year of college. You’ll probably end up losing your student ID, getting locked out of your dorm room, picking the wrong major and signing […]

Budgeting for College Students: Where to Start

College marks a significant transition period for many young adults — it’s a time of newfound freedom and the financial responsibilities that come with it. Whether your funds come from family, student loans, scholarships or your own wallet, you’ll need to budget for expenses like textbooks, housing and, yes, a […]

5 Ways to Live in the Moment

We all have the same goal in mind…SUCCESS!! We want to make money, we want to find love, we want to be able to afford that luxury vacation. We want it all. But sometimes these goals interfere with us living in the moment and enjoying life right now. Here are […]

Scholar of the Week: Robin Brown

Meet our Scholar of the Week, Robin Brown! Robin is a senior at Washington State University where she is studying History and Social Studies Education. Robin also served as Chapter President of the WSU chapter during the 2015-16 school year. Robin’s favorite NSCS experience was attending NSCS’ national conference, ScholarCon. […]

What to Include in Your Resume

You’ve spent four years or more building your knowledge and perhaps even earned a high GPA. You may have even worked several full-time jobs to help pay your way through school.  The question now is, “is any of this experience relevant and something a potential employer is interested in?” This […]

Scholar of the Week: Natalie from Rutgers

Recognizing Natalie Lin, our Scholar of the Week from Rutgers University. Natalie is an Economics major and was the recipient of the New Member Award last year. Here’s what Natalie has to say about NSCS. My favorite NSCS experience would definitely be networking with other members around campus! I am […]

Integrity: from Emily, former NLC President

We’re grateful to have Emily, NSCS member & former NLC president, as a contributor to this year’s Integrity Week! Below you’ll find part I of III in Emily’s insight into Integrity Week, enjoy!  What I wish I had known about integrity in college On my way to first-year move-in day […]