A typical student graduates from college more than $30k in debt, all while attempting to “live” a typical college life.
Being a first-generation college graduate, I had no real guidance when it came to taking out student loans.
You can imagine it was a surprise to graduate college and realize I was more than $80,000 in debt- with a teaching degree!
And though I worked two jobs in college, I graduated with little to show for it.
All of this is to say that hindsight is 20/20, but hey, that’s life.
To me, getting a degree was a priceless experience. So don’t think I’m making any excuses.
In fact, I built the College Savings Newsletter to be a solution for students like me.
There’s no doubt about it that getting an education in America is expensive.
Unfortunately, I can’t do much about reducing student loans.
But I can help college students save money on stuff they need to buy while they are in school.
Each week, you’ll receive a newsletter email (as well as 24/7 access to our private community with daily updates) with the best deals & discounts I can find.
Deals on food, textbooks, clothes, gas, and other college life “necessities”.
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Each newsletter also includes tips that help you stick to your budget & graduate college with a full bank account.
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