«Finance» column

The Cost of Education

February 23rd, 2013; By Sharon Deng

Don’t let college and university be a costly mistake. Avoid the lure of a big paycheck for a diploma or degree that you really don’t love. It’s hard to make […]

The Strange History of Money

February 18th, 2013; By Tomas Ilnatis

We all use money every day. It is essential because if we want to buy some food, clothes or services we have to pay money for them. Money is recognized […]

Writing A Scholarship Application Essay

February 17th, 2013; By Mark Gonzales

Getting a scholarship at any leading college or university requires immense preparation for students. One of the most challenging jobs is to submit a well articulated scholarship essay. Admission officers […]

February Scholarships of the Month – Apply Now!

January 31st, 2013; By Jasmin Bollman

Welcome to our list of ten new scholarships for February! Remember – it’s never too early to plan your finances for post-secondary education. The sooner you start, the greater your […]

Can Anyone Get a Scholarship?

January 27th, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

Sometimes when we are thinking about who does and doesn’t get a scholarship, we begin to hypothesize that it is only “brainiacs” who get them. We start thinking that you […]

Six Tips For Getting A Scholarship

January 26th, 2013; By Mason Butterfield

A lot of college students end up with nothing but debt even before they graduate. The option of a scholarship has always been a number two priority when it comes […]

Money Management

January 26th, 2013; By Kylie Nussey

Times are rough and life will throw you costly curve balls. You need to know how to manage your money and maximize your saving skills so you are ready for […]