Budgeting for College Students:  Where to Start

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...

Making the Decision to Go Abroad

I studied abroad in Dublin, Ireland this past summer and I had the best month and a half of my life.  I cannot recommend studying abroad enough.  You will make amazing friends and have incredible experiences.  The steps one must take in order to study abroad can seem...
3 Tips for Saving Money after Graduation

3 Tips for Saving Money after Graduation

Make and Keep a Budget. You would be surprised how much faster you spend money when you aren’t keeping track of it as opposed to when you write down every single time you spend $4 for a Starbucks coffee, $5 for a Subway Footlong, $10 for a midnight premiere, $2 for...

The Study Break: A Weekly List of Our Favorite Distractions

• Not sure who to follow on Twitter besides NSCS? Pretty Young Professional has created a list of the top 40 career experts who will give advice to job and internship seekers. • There are a lot of blockbuster movies out this summer! The Real College Guide has their...

Tight Budget – Save Where You Are Spending!

As college students, we are all on a budget. Tuition is only going up and we are all searching for ways to save! In my sustainable business class, I learned a lot about packaging. It is something we all pay for when we buy goods and sometimes we throw it out too soon....