College Success 101 – 21st Century Scholars

Your college career is about to begin, and the road ahead will present many challenges and opportunities. It may take you some time to get used to the demands of college classes and studying, learn how to manage your time and money, and figure out how to balance work and extracurricular activities.
But don’t sit back and wait for others to come to you. Seek help when you need it, ask questions when you don’t understand, and always look for opportunities that will help you reach your goals.

Remember, the work you put in the next few years — inside and outside the classroom — will result in great payoffs in your life and career. Keep your graduation date in sight and stay committed to completing college.
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7 thoughts on “College Success 101 – 21st Century Scholars

  1. I have been using Mint as my finance app, it links to your bank and it shows u bar graphs pf month to month spending vs income as well as a pie graph of the category your expenses fall under. And it shows those expenses as a meter like you spent 45 of 50$ this month on __. Helps to visually see the thinks u can cut out or add onto to help budget. I jist got Every dollar and am working it out

  2. In my case I am starting school in January and while I am currently looking for a job I took out a loan. The loan is not really that much it's 1, 700. But it should be enough to get me through the first month just paying gas and school books and stuff for school. My question is, is there ways to put loans into your budget? Meaning would you do a separate budget budget for after the school cuts you a check.

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