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Some day you’ll walk into a bar and there’ll be three guys sitting there, one is a doctor, one a lawyer, and the other a pilot. How do you know which one is the pilot? He’ll tell you, you don’t …

Tim Mindling Jr Tim Mindling Jr Nov 09, 2016

Late nights, junk food, long days, and all-nighters….Aahhh, yes. It’s almost time for finals. Let me share some study tips to help you prepare for this lovely time of year…   Study less. Now I know you like the sound …

Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Nov 30, 2016

Of all the candid statements I heard about college, not one time did someone say, “You know, you can graduate from college debt free.”   It has become an accepted issue to enter college with loans and leave with debt. …

Lydia Mindling Lydia Mindling Oct 14, 2016

Taking out major loans for college is so common now that most new college students don’t even think twice about it. Let me tell you though, you will think twice about it once you’ve graduated and a significant part of …

Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Oct 10, 2016

One of the first major events I remember at college was a career fair. I’d only been in school a few weeks, but I was already looking for a summer internship. I didn’t know anything about my major. My resume …

Jay Pennington Jay Pennington Aug 17, 2016

When you’re trying to help your son or daughter in evaluating college options, the myriad choices can be daunting. Especially when the marketing materials from the big name schools invade your mailbox. Then there’s the cost factor.   Unless your …

Robert McFarland Robert McFarland Aug 05, 2016

As with almost everything in life, there are both pros and cons to working while being enrolled in college. According to the Census Bureau, in 2011 72% of undergraduate students worked (20% full-time, year round workers and 52% less than …

Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Sep 12, 2016

Where you go to college just may be the biggest decision that you’ve made so far in your life.   A little overwhelming, isn’t it? And with over 4,000 colleges and universities to consider, the choice is wide open. So, …

Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Jul 01, 2016

I made it through 4 years of college the only way I was willing to: without borrowing money. Finishing debt free made it easier to finish without the pressure to pay a lender. Instead of moving straight into the job …

Rick Slater Rick Slater Jun 14, 2016

How does one earn money?   Through a job.   So, how do you set yourself up for the salary of your dreams upon graduation? Evaluate the job market prior to picking your major… and then choose wisely.   Most …

Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Seth Marsh, CUED-IN Jun 03, 2016