Day: September 9, 2020

Recognize College Savings Month with Financial Literacy Resources for High School Students

Planning for higher education can be a challenge for any family. Between Applications, essays, and tours, it can be a very stressful process. crucial part of preparing for college is planning for the financial burden of paying for the type of higher education the student is most interested in 

The cost of higher education in the United States continues to rise, tripling over the last 50 years. As many colleges transition to online education for the fall semester, technology needs only add to the costs for many students. Today the average yearly costs of

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How to log in to a student portal — all 65 steps

Annett said she wrote this piece one morning amid repeated failed attempts to log in to the student portal. She eventually got in, but recently, she said, the password mysteriously reset and she needed the help of a patient and kind school administrator to fix it.

Annett’s work has appeared in the New York Times, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Real Simple, the Rumpus, Good Housekeeping and many other places. She has a book forthcoming in 2021 titled, “I am ‘Why Do I Need Venmo?’ Years Old.”

This piece circulates on Facebook every semester among her friends and was published on the

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