Are you planning on taking the MCAT? What about the LSAT? Click the link in our bio to learn all about both!
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Student Support Services
Student Support Services is a federally funded grant program to assist college students who come from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, who are the first in the family to attend college seeking a 4-year degree, or students who have disabilities.
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Next week is finals week! Make sure you know when your tests are by clicking the link in our bio!
You may think that it is easy to spot a fraudulent website, but today they are more convincing than ever. However, there are still ways that you can spot an unsafe site. Click the link in our bio to learn all about it!
With the holiday season upon us, money can be tighter than ever. So, how do you make sure you are staying on a budget? Click the link in our bio to learn all about budgeting during the holiday season.
Last week, we discussed the new FAFSA and the changing deadlines. Today, let’s look at how the FAFSA application itself is changing. Click the link in our bio to find out!
Have you ever considered pursuing your doctorate degree? Have you really ever considered what it is? Click the link in our bio to learn all about doctorate degrees!
We are less than 2 weeks from finals week. This time is overwhelming, but properly preparing is crucial. Click the link in our bio to learn how to best study for your final exams!
If you are using your iPhone face ID, you're already a part of the passwordless future, and it is expanding every day! Click the link in our bio to learn all about what the future can look like!
I’m sure you have heard of an emergency fund, and conventional wisdom states that 10% of your monthly income should be allocated to your emergency fund. However, this is not always possible. So, how do you start an emergency fund? Click the link in our bio to find out!
Have you heard that the FAFSA is changing? Well, It is, and the FAFSA application dates are changing too! Click the link in our bio to find out everything you need to know about the new FAFSA deadlines!
You have probably heard a ton about graduate school, but we have even more for you! Click the link in our bio for some lesser-known thoughts on graduate school!
With winter intersession coming up soon, you may be considering registering for a class or two. What are the best classes to take during intersession? How do you maximize your time? Click the link in our bio to find out!
VPNs, or Verified Proxy Networks, can be used in a variety of ways. You can use a VPN to access the OSU network when off campus, but you can also use VPNs to protect your information. Click the link in our bio to find out how!
The hardest part of dealing with money is that there are many mistakes out there. But what are the most common money mistakes, and how do you avoid them? Click the link in our bio to find out!
Last week, we talked about what grants are, but what are the benefits, and where can you find different grant opportunities? Click the link in our bio to learn more about grants and how they can work for you!
When applying for graduate school, professional school, or job opportunities, you will likely be asked for your resume or CV. While you have likely heard of a resume, what is a curriculum vitae? Click the link in our bio to find out!
Are you considering expanding your degree? You have multiple options. You can add on a minor or take on a concentration, but what are these, and which is right for you? Find out by clicking the link in our bio!
Encryption is the process of encoding information, but how can it be used to protect your information? Click the link in our bio to find out how!
Do you need a little extra income this semester? Are you trying to save up and want to know ways that you can add to your bank account? Click the link in our bio to find side hustles that are perfect for college students!
As part of your financial aid offer, you may have been given grants, but what are grants? Learn all about grants by clicking the link in our bio!
While graduate and professional schools are both options for counting your education following the completion of your bachelor’s degree, they were created for distinct and different reasons. Click the link in our bio to find out what they are and which might be right for you!
What is a job? What about a career? Which one is right for you? Click the link in our bio to find out!
Today, the two most commonly used internet browsers are Firefox and Google Chrome, but which is the best browser for you? They each have things to offer, so click the link in our bio to see the browser that is right for you!
Did you know that as a student, you are eligible for a discounted Amazon Prime account with special services just for students? Click the link in our bio to learn all about it!
Before you ever arrived in college, it is likely that you heard a ton about financial aid. But what is true, and what is just a myth? Click the link in our bio to learn about the most common financial aid myths!
Before you apply for a graduate program, it is important that you take the time to find the program that is right for you. An important part of your journey to graduate school should include reaching out to programs that you find interesting. Click the link in our bio to find out how!
When you have too much to do, what do you do first? How do you decide how you are going to tackle your to-do list? Whether you know it or not, you are probably prioritizing every day. For tips on how to prioritize your many tasks, click the link in our bio.
Information tracking is probably more common than you think, so it is important that you take steps to protect yourself when you are on the internet. Click the link in our bio to learn how!
Finance literacy is the possession of skills, knowledge, and behaviors that allow an individual to make informed decisions regarding money. To learn more about these skills and behaviors, click the link in our bio!
If you have taken out either federal or private student loans to fund your education, shortly after graduation, you will enter into your repayment period. Everything you need to know about repayment can be found by clicking the link in our bio!
So you have registered for the GRE, and now it is time to study - But HOW? There are so many GRE prep materials, and trying to determine which path to take can be overwhelming. Click the link in our bio to find out the best ways to study for the GRE so you will be ready to give the test your best!
There is never enough time in the day! With the many competing priorities in your college life, how do you make sure you get it all done? Time management skills are key to ensuring that your school, work, and family obligations are met. Click the link in our bio to learn how to grow these skills!
Have you ever woken up to 100 unread emails? It seems like now, more than ever, we are being inundated with emails! Don’t worry, there is a way that you can help keep your email organized. Click the link in our bio to find out how Gmail tab groups can help keep your email tidy!
The average cost of food per month for one person is about $300! Grocery shopping and eating out can take up a large portion of your monthly budget. One way to lower the cost is to meal plan. Click the link in our bio to find out how!
Over the last few years, student loan relief has become a very hot topic. There are many pathways to student debt forgiveness. It is important that you know your options, so click the link in our bio to learn what they are.
So you’ve been told that you need to take the GRE, but what is the GRE? The GRE, or Graduate Record Exam, is the most used graduate school entrance exam. It is likely that the GRE will be one of your application requirements. Click the link in our bio to learn everything you need to know about the GRE so you are prepared for your test!
Last week, we talked about how many classes you should put on your schedule, but once you know how many classes you would like to take, you have to decide what those classes should be. There are a few different things to consider when you are deciding which classes to register for, click on the link in our bio to find out what they are!
Have you ever heard of browser extensions? There are literally hundreds of them, but what are they, and which ones are the best? Click the link in our bio to explore the browser extension that will improve your internet experience!
I’m sure we can all agree that taxes are a headache! But what exactly are the rules around filing taxes in college? Click the link in our bio to find out!
When it comes to financial aid, there are always questions. Which ones do you NEED to ask? Click the link in our bio for a list of questions to ask about your financial aid offer and the implications of your choice!
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