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Getting scholarship may not be the full answer for paying your college fees. Financially balance and management is the key to make through the time in college. Spend what you can, spend what is needed. Scholarships Around The US gives 117 whooping ways for student to pay for College. You may find at least couple ways you can apply it immediately and suits your style. I see the food section gives couple of great suggestions:

Food is one of the top priorities in a college student’s life. Eating fast, eating healthy, it can all cost money if you don’t take time to consider the nitty-gritty of eating to save money.

17. Trying to eat on 12 cents? Two words: Ramen Noodles.
18. If you live on campus and pay for a partial or whole meal plan, then use it. Some programs don’t restrict you from taking food to go or eating as many meals as you wish. Peanut butter packets are your friend :)
19. Have a coffee fix? If you are one of millions of college students ducking into the corner coffeehouse every morning for your daily cuppa Joe, then you are wasting money.

Your daily latte, cappuccino, or mocha will run you between $2.50 and $3.50 depending on the size you need. Seven days of that routine costs you $17.50 per week, $70 per month and around $280.00 per semester! That’s over $500 a year you drank in morning caffeine. Make your own. By the time you graduate from a four-year degree, you’ve saved over $2000 in coffee beverages. That’s just one a day….Buy a decent coffee maker or even a small espresso/cappuccino machine for your dorm room or apartment. You’ll save hundreds of dollars.

117 Creative Ways for Students to Pay for College – [Scholarships Around The US]

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