Twenty-six percent of undergraduate students are parents of dependent children, according to a 2017 report from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, and two-thirds of student parents work at least 20 hours or more a week while in college. Of course, on top of work and school, these students spend untold hoursRead More →

Did you know that most meals you order at a restaurant will exceed average calorie requirements? A study reported in Science Daily found 92% of both large-chain and non-chain restaurants serve meals that exceed recommended calorie requirements for a single meal. If you know you’ll be eating out, strategize beforehand. Look atRead More →

When faced with tuition, fees, textbooks and living expenses, many students hope that paying the money for college back in the future will be easier than finding it in the present. As a result, many students fall into debt. With research, resourcefulness, and hard work, you can find ways toRead More →