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Schools without Hidden Expenses: Part 3
Getting into college is one thing, but figuring out how to pay for it is another.
It's a challenge that millions of Americans face every year. Usually, it doesn't matter where you live; for in-state and out-of-state schools, both public and private, cost of attendance can be thousands — and often tens of thousands — of dollars per semester, leaving you scrambling to find ways to make financial ends meet. Merit- and athletic-based scholarships aren't always available, and need-based grants will only take you so far. Student loans can serve as a short-term solution but, in the long run, can leave you drowning in debt well beyond graduation.
Many schools, however, are aiming to eliminate those financial struggles with a deal that sounds too good to be true but isn't: free college tuition. At these 16 institutions, you can rest easy knowing that the expenses for your education are already covered. More...
You always hear about how important it is to make a great first impression on the first day of your internship or job. That’s true, but what may be even more important is the impression you leave at the end of that internship or job. Especially for internships, you want to leave on a positive note because it could lead to another internship or a job offer. Even if it isn’t a job offer with that company, you could get a great reference for a different job. So what do you do to make sure you leave the best impression at your internship? We’ve got a few tips. More...