They might not be exactly like coupons, but when it comes down to it, scholarships are the best way to take an enormous tuition bill down by a few thousand dollars. Much like ‘extreme couponing’, however, the process is rigorous and time consuming, but if you are willing to put in the time, you can save some money. Here are some useful tools to help when trying to find scholarships to qualify for. Continue reading “Scholarships Are Like Coupons For College”
So much for being able to catch my breath! I’ve been sooo busy ever since I got back from Winter Break. I’ve already written a few papers, moved rooms and settled in at the house, bought all my books and materials for school, given a couple speeches in Honors Public Speaking, applied for like a hundred clubs and scholarships, had a few quizzes and a test, been to an awesome date party (see below), cheered on the Cats in the Octagon of Doom a few times, fulfilled a some of my duties as the External Philanthropy Chairman of my house, attended several meetings including one with Dr. Bosco, started a few big group projects for classes, planned my Spring Break trip to Colorado, caught up on my laundry and shopping, eaten Jimmy John’s waaay too many times, made a bunch of new friends, managed to sleep for a few hours every once in a while, and I’m about to be initiated into my house! – Just to name a few things….
The KU game is coming up this Monday; I can’t wait to be there, and Valentines Day is the day after that! Not to mention, I’ve got a never ending to-do list of upcoming events, tests, and responsibilities. It’s looking like I’m going to have another super busy semester, but I’m still having the time of my life!
My Girlfriend and I looking nerdy at the “Back to School” Date Party