It’s no secret going to college is pricey. From tuition and books to lodging and food, things can add up fairly quickly. These guides will help you along the way and answer questions that students may not get the answer to by going to class.
Obtaining a doctorate degree can open the door to a wide range of fulfilling and high-paying careers. While doctorate degree programs may take several years to complete, they can drastically boost your earnings potential as you join a small pool of experts in your chosen field. A... Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has now claimed over 450 thousand lives in the United States and over 2 million globally.
To make matters worse, millions of Americans have lost their jobs, making it difficult to pay for basic living expenses, much less rent, mortgage payments, and colle... Read More
Deciding what school to attend is an important decision with lasting effects on a student’s future, but it can be difficult to know where to start with so much information available online. Intelligent.com aims to be a comprehensive, unbiased resource to help students determine... Read More
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. institutions confer a total of 2 million bachelor’s degrees every year. But not all degrees offer the same career pathways or earning potential. The highest-paying degrees on our list include managerial degrees, su... Read More
A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a graduate degree that can help you qualify for a wide range of high-paying careers in business management. Earning an MBA can help boost your earning potential and open doors to higher-level positions. According to the National Associ... Read More
You've achieved your goal and made it to the school of your dreams. Then, reality hits. The cost of college has risen dramatically over the past few decades, and the total cost of a public four-year school has now reached an average of nearly $26,000 a year. This price includes r... Read More
As President Biden potentially inches closer to a deal to forgive some student loan debt, Intelligent.com wanted to find out how those who have already paid off all their student loans feel about the prospect. We found that a majority of former borrowers support loan forgiveness,... Read More
A college student may not need credit history immediately, but if you're planning for life after college (which you should be), you should start building credit as soon as possible. The difficulty here is that most college aged students have no credit history. So how do you build... Read More
From 2009 to 2019, U.S. student loan debt increased 107%, from $772 billion to $1.6 trillion. During the same period, the average amount individual students borrowed increased by 26%, from $24,000 to over $30,000.
One doesn’t have to look far for at least a partial explana... Read More