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Surviving College: On A Budget

The list for a college dorm room can certainly add up, which means the bill can too. However, there are many things to save on and buy generic that work just as well as its expensive competitors.

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Surviving College: Shopping Edition

Thousands of New Jersey high school graduates look forward to the next step: college.

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Helping NJ College Students Get Jobs In The Future

If New Jersey businesses worked directly with New Jersey colleges to train the employees of the future, companies would know they’re going to get trained workers and students would know they’ve got a better chance to land a job after they graduate.

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Spring Fix Brings Sandy Help and Concert to the Shore

This time of year a lot of college students are planning Spring Break vacations to places like Cancun, Miami, and Cabo...

But some will be spending their time here at the not-so-tropical Jersey Shore helping Sandy-ravaged towns to get back on their feet.

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NJ Assembly OK’s Bill To Stop Credit Card Companies From Preying On College Students

Bipartisan legislation to prevent credit card companies from preying on college students was approved today by the General Assembly.

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Credit Card Companies Could be Banned from Soliciting on NJ College Campuses [AUDIO]

Most college students graduate under a mountain of student loan debt so maybe they shouldn't they shouldn't have to deal with huge credit cards bills too. Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Assemblywoman Celeste Riley to prevent credit card companies from preying on college students has been approved by an Assembly panel.

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Student Takes Different Approach than Occupy Wall Street Protesters [PHOTO]

A student on Facebook is sharing an alternate way for Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters to try and achieve the 'American Dream'.  OWS protesters are quick to blame Wall Street, the government, etc., but this student hints at someone else to blame...yourself!

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Will College Student Loan Rates Double?

An imminent interest rate hike on federally-subsidized Stafford Loans issued after July 1, 2012 would affect student borrowers and universities.

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College Students Seek to Stop Loan Interest Rate Hike

Millions of college students could be in for a shock this summer. The interest rate on a popular federally subsidized student loan doubles in July unless Congress acts.

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