As students at Rutgers and across the country return to campus this fall, textbooks remain one of the priciest items on their shopping lists. However, a new open textbooks pilot program planned for Spring 2015 may alleviate how hard these costs hit students’ pocketbooks.
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Between packing for college, buying school supplies and recovering from sticker shock, parents may be too bogged down to remember to pass on some pointers regarding finances as their child leaves the nest. To help college-bound students build a foundation of sound financial habits, Better Business Bureau (BBB) offers the following advice for parents to bestow on their freshman.
A recent US Senate Banking Committee hearing addressed issues that could determine the future of campus card bank partnerships.
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