College articles discuss many aspects of the college journey including the application process, affording college, and life in college! Article writers have all gone through the college application process and are now living in colleges across the United States. Many authors have also shared their experiences as first-generation students applying, while others discuss affordable alternatives and resources to dorm and study at university. Throughout one of the most popular categories of On the Money Magazine, resources for students of all backgrounds can be found including scholarship opportunities, fly-in visits, and budgeting advice.
“Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think.”
Physicist, Nobel Prize winner
Martin Luther King, Jr.
"You can kill the dreamer, but you can't kill the dream."
American Minister, Activist
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BROKE and BOUGIE: Scholarship Success
by Alexiea Feaster
While some may win the money that is offered through scholarship competitions, there are still many students who need to have a financial gap filled. Often, these scholarships can be found in unexpected places such as grocery stores and local banks.
College is Not Unaffordable!
By Carina Peng
The American college representation is known to be expensive. However, what if I told you financial aid systems and low-income targeted programs could get you a full-ride? Read more on college resources here.
Facts About Extracurricular Activities and College Admissions
by Miguel Agyei
Who are you as a person? What are you about? What do you bring to the table? Find out more about how colleges choose their students.