Don't Get Caught Off Guard

Obtaining a college degree can be expensive, and many graduates find themselves paying off student debt for years after graduation. Students and parents often take into account the standard costs of tuition, housing and food, but there are a number of often-unexpected college costs families should also plan for. By being prepared for the full breadth of expenses going into a college semester, students can better manage their finances. The following categories respresent expenses many new students do not anticipate.

$500 Scholarship

Stay Sharp Checklist

parent-council-form

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

Sorry, no events.

September

Sorry, no events.

October

Sorry, no events.

November

Sorry, no events.

December

Sorry, no events.

January

Sorry, no events.

February

Sorry, no events.

March

Sorry, no events.

April

Sorry, no events.

May

Sorry, no events.

June

Sorry, no events.

July

Sorry, no events.

August

Sorry, no events.

September

Sorry, no events.

October

Sorry, no events.

November

Sorry, no events.

December

Sorry, no events.

January

Sorry, no events.

February

Sorry, no events.

March

Sorry, no events.