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Career Toolbox: Marketing

Kaitlin Louie |

Wondering what's the next step to take in a marketing career? Check out the first article in our toolbox series for ideas on what to do.

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9 companies that offer fabulous educational benefits

Chris Couch |

If you're going back to school, you could spend your days buried in scholarship applications — or simply pass the tuition bill to your boss. These 9 companies offer great educational benefits to their employees.

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How much college can you afford?

Chris Couch |

You've been accepted to your dream school, but can you afford that institution? Here's a crash course that can help you figure out just how much college debt you can handle.

Let's make a deal: How to compare student loans

Chris Couch |

If you're heading off to school, odds are you're doing it with financial assistance. Knowing how to comparison shop student loans can be a helpful tool for students looking to secure the funding that fits them best.

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5 sweet tax breaks for students

Chris Couch |

Tax season can be a huge source of stress. Find out about five tax credits, deductions and incentives that might help students and their families save on their taxes this April.

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Can tuition exchange discounts slash out-of-state costs?

Chris Couch |

Tuition exchange discounts can potentially save students thousands of dollars in out-of-state college fess. Learn more about these programs.

New degree: Digital curation

New degree: Digital curation

Jon Fortenbury |

Information and media aren't only found in print or physical format anymore. Libraries realize this, and have started collecting items digitally, creating the need for digital curation degree programs.

Three ways to handle coffee-fetching internships

Three ways to handle coffee-fetching internships

Jon Fortenbury |

It's a frustrating situation to be in: An internship where you're treated like an assistant and not a soon-to-be professional. But there are things you can do to improve the situation.

Tuition reimbursement: What you need to know

Tuition reimbursement: What you need to know

Chris Couch |

Tuition reimbursement incentives can be an excellent way for working adults to reduce college costs without getting mired in financial aid paperwork. Learn more about them here.

College professors impact of online learning

Professors brace for the impact of online learning

Holly Johnson |

Online learning is projected to grow in the future, but what does that mean for college professors? The fate of the profession is up for debate, as online higher education continues to evolve and change.

Bang for your buck: Guide to the highest ROI colleges

Bang for your buck: Guide to the highest ROI colleges

Chris Couch |

Students shell out big money for a postsecondary education because they expect it to pay off down the road. Which colleges offer the best bang for the buck? Find out here.

Should you take the ACT or SAT?

Should you take the ACT or SAT?

Jon Fortenbury |

It's a question that's never been the easiest to answer, but if you consider all the factors, choosing between the SAT and the ACT doesn't have to be difficult.

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Cost of college: Sizing it up beyond the sticker price

Christina Couch |

Assessing whether a school is affordable goes far beyond looking at sticker price. Read up on how to find out a school's real price with this guide.

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College Prep - Dr. Diane Barone, UNR

Eric Lipsky |

Education is a pivotal component both in life and in college, and it starts with good teachers. According to the University of Nevada, Reno, college preparation is paramount.

Avoiding a FAFSA faux pas

Avoiding a FAFSA faux pas

Christina Couch |

Avoiding FAFSA blunders could help college students and their families secure financial aid. Find out which common mistakes to avoid in order to give yourself the best shot at FAFSA funds.

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