As a business student, there’s a good chance you’re already racking up a variety of school-related expenses. From basic tuition costs to rent payments to school supplies and more, business school requires a significant up-front investment, whether you’re in an undergraduate or a graduate program.
Fortunately, even enrolling in a high-priced program doesn’t mean you need to saddle yourself with burdensome loans. Here are a few ideas you could try to keep more cash in your wallet while in school.
1. Research Scholarship or Grant Opportunities and Reduced-Cost Equipment at Your School
At many schools around the country, there are scholarship funds going unused because not enough students are applying for the opportunity.…Continue reading