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Work-Study Opportunities

There are currently off-campus work-study opportunities for SNHU students that still need to be filled. Students can receive $9.25/hour while gaining experience working with non-profit organizations gaining real-world experience and the opportunity to give back to the local community. The opportunities are endless. Whether students are interested in gaining experience working with kids, in an office, graphic design, or even working with animals there
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Stress Less This Holiday Season

The holiday season is quickly approaching, and it’s time to start preparing for all the expenses that come with it. Between gifts, traveling, parties and food, the holidays can create stress both emotionally and economically. To help with that financial stress here are three easy ways to reduce holiday spending. Use a budget. Calculate how much you can spend between gifts and other expenses
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Be Financially Prepared for a Natural Disaster

Living on the east coast means being prepared for any natural disasters that might arise. On August 31, Hurricane Florence formed and the east coast was anxiously awaiting to see where Florence would attack and the impending damage that the hurricane would leave behind. The Washington Post reported Florence had flooded several areas in the Carolinas, caused 686,000 power outages and displaced numerous families.
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Ways to Reduce Expenses in College

Being a college student generally indicates that very little money is being made. Having work studies, jobs on campus or off, summer jobs or internships typically are paying minimum wage or nothing at all. It is important to reduce monthly spending to ensure that students have spending money as well as money for emergencies and savings. Reducing monthly expenses can be easy when following
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Ways to Tackle Debt

Student debt is becoming an increasingly large issue with 44.2 million Americans with student loan debt, as reported by the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States. Of that 44.2 million, the average monthly student loan payment is around $351 every month. In addition to student debt, many students often have various other debts as well, including credit card payments or car
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Empowering Students Through Financial Literacy: An Interview with Kerry Koziell

Kerry Koziell has worked at SNHU for the past two years and was hired to help develop financial literacy outreach and programming for students to help educate the SNHU community about student loan management and personal financial wellness. Since then, the Financial Literacy team has served over 2,000 students through classroom workshops, debt check-up meetings, events and partnerships with other student-centered groups. The Financial