Posts Tagged ‘Finances’

Financial Advice

Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

I just wanted to give a quick blurb about the importance of staying on top of your finances through college with hopes to help instill some financially savvy qualities. My graduate education will be ending here in the next couple of months. Thankfully, I have a job lined up. However, I also have a large amount of student loan debt lined up waiting for me as well.

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The One Stop You Need

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

Your OneStop for everything that stresses you out about college.

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Save Some Money

Thursday, January 26th, 2017

As a college student who has been racking up a decent amount of student loan debt, I’ve continuously looked for ways to make and save money. Along with my loan reimbursements and multiple jobs, I’ve found that one of the easiest and fun ways to make/save money is by having a change jar. That couple of cents can add up and add up quick if you use cash when making purchases. It is easy to do and can be fun to watch the change jar fill up. I took my jar in today to get cashed out and had I $82.85 (I started it about 4 months ago). I know that this amount will not make anybody change economic classes, but at least it is some extra spending cash for a night out or that pair of shoes you’ve been watching and waiting to go on sale.

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Savvy Saints

Thursday, April 14th, 2016

CSS is always looking out for their students. Today Savvy Saints, a student group focusing on finances, led a workshop for students who are graduating. Topics they focused on were online security, paying off debt, investments, and buying cars and houses. These topics are essential in life, and I’m glad they offer opportunities like this at CSS.

Financial Presentation

Monday, March 7th, 2016

Tonight, Wells Fargo is giving a presentation to college students on financial literacy. If I have time tonight, I am going to try and make the event. As a senior in college, finances are a big worry of mine with student loans and what not to think about. It’s great that CSS provides events like this to better inform their students for after college.