Free StuffAnything that isn't covered in the other topics, yet offers "free stuff" for the college student is in this category.
From my experiences in school and from the news I see, I'll add advice on how to get free things like food on campus, school-sponsored entertainment, academic help, or anything that could be of use at no-cost. A lot of these things are already paid for out of the cost of tuition and operating expenses, so make sure you take advantage of the resources your university or college has made available.
If you have any leads or want to share another offer of freebies for university students, let us know by posting a comment in a recent topic. Everyone loves free stuff, but college students often need it just to get by!
Find out how students can enter to win a free iPad – just by downloading digital versions of their textbooks and saving money on those necessary supplies.
With tuition bills up higher than ever and jobs for youngsters getting harder to find, its more important than ever that parents try to help out their kids in saving up some money for future school expenses.
Upromise is one of the best ways to turn everyday spending into money for college expenses – and now they’re even adding a hundred more scholarships for deserving students.
Students interested in a challenge can follow along with any class in the MIT course catalog – all for no cost and from the comfort of your own home.
Upromise is providing another $10,000 scholarship program for new members. Learn how to save money for college costs and apply for a great scholarship at the same time – for free!
Want to download free music without getting in trouble? Learn how you can while helping find money for school and helping your friends do the same.
From now until October 30th, 2008 – HP will be giving away 15 laptop computers for free to college students with the help of 15 different websites. Check out this promotion and find out how you can get a free laptop for college!
Upromise has been helping parents and students save money for college and pay off student loans for years. Every day purchases that you’re making anyway can help put a bit of a dent in the total college tuition bill.
Free college essays could get you a bad grade or kicked out of school. Besides, think of all the tuition money you’d be wasting even if it “worked!”
Search for scholarships free online and be automatically entered into a contest for $5,000 toward tuition.
A couple contests for getting transportation to and from school for college visits and how to get free food on campus. Budgeting the bare necessities college life.
Scholarship, grant, and financial aid information should be free. Be wary of companies who charge fees for info that can be found for free.