51 Ways To Save Money In College

 Learning how to manage money on a tight budget, pay down debt, control spending, and make money may be among the best lessons they get in college.

1. You should be working during the summer to have some spending money. 2. Take Advanced Placement (AP) courses, if offered in high school.

3. The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) offers 34 exams that cover intro-level college course material.

4. Apply for work-study, grants, and scholarships. 5. Attend a community college for the first two years at lower tuition rates.

6. Don’t buy new textbooks. Instead, look to rent your books from Chegg, Amazon, or Barnes & Nobles. They may also sell your textbooks in ebook form.

7. Reach out to your classmates and ask around for used books as early as possible. Ask your professors as they may have a list of previous students interested in selling books.

8. Find out about amenities offered on and around campus. See if there are discounts for school supplies and laptops.

9. Use your college library and the public library for your books, ebooks, music, and videos. 10. Students should learn about respective school resources.

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