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Worried about your electronic identity? Good. Now it's time to start doing something about it. [READ FULL POST]

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Verification happens to around 30 percent of all FAFSA applications in the United States. What does verification mean, and what should you do if it happens to you? [READ FULL POST]

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Writers write. But with college, work and life in the way, hobbies and passions can sometimes feel relegated to the back seat. Here's how to keep your writing a part of your college life. [READ FULL POST]

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You’re 18, and you don’t think you’re ready for any of this. There’s suddenly tuition to pay, advising appointments to make, and the matter of your dirty clothes, dishes and next meal to plan for. Welcome to the rest of your life. Now what? [READ FULL POST]

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Do you need to invest in a laptop, if you're going to college and don't already have one? What kind will you need? Here, a current student offers some tips and alternatives. [READ FULL POST]

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RaiseMe? EasyBib? These are the mobile apps you definitely want to download if you're a student searching for colleges or already attending one. [READ FULL POST]

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College offers lots of opportunities to build your professional network before you graduate. Here are some tips for what you can do in college — and even high school — to make connections that will serve you throughout your career. [READ FULL POST]