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Student Health and Wellness Guide

Students can be quick to let their health fall to the wayside when they start college, but staying aware of good and bad health habits will serve you well in the long-term.

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Scholarships for Women

Women-specific scholarships originated decades ago as a way to encourage more women to consider pursuing college-level education. Scholarships are awarded by a range of institutions and organizations, and are often focused on particular populations and interests.

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Student Guide to Building Credit

From buying a car or house to acing an employer background check, students must understand how to build a credit history responsibly.

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College Students Living with a Chronic Condition

For college students, having a chronic illness generally requires strategies for finding the right balance between studying and managing a disease.

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Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students

With the pressures facing most people today, it is essential to take your mental health seriously. This is especially true for college students and young people, whose lack of experience in the real world could lead to major mental health…

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The U.S. Servicemember’s Guide to Academic Programs and Aid

Current and former military servicemembers and their spouses are eligible for millions of dollars in education-related financial aid every year. If you or your family member is active duty, a reservist, or a retired veteran, you will qualify for some…

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The Student’s Guide to Affordable Healthcare

College students in America face particular challenges in paying for health insurance, and consequently are more likely to be uninsured than any other segment of the population. Experts estimate that between 10% and 20% of the uninsured are college students…