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Save $$K - Exam For College Credit

A student has designed an online course to help with testing out of college classes. His results were amazing by completing 45 credits of college in just 4 months! At many colleges, this can translate into thousands of dollars.

Read more about his program at the following website address:

Work Your Way Through College - Two Options

As well as having a pretty unique name, the College of the Ozarks also has a pretty unique ethos. All full-time students who attend this college can avoid paying their tuition fees, as long as they take part in the student-directed work problem in exchange for tuition and board. The college focuses on liberal arts and teaches just over 1,400 students across their whopping 1,000-acre campus. However, getting in isn’t as easy as sending in your resume. College of the Ozarks accepts just 12% of applicants each year.

Alice Lloyd College in Massachusetts is another college with a unique twist – as it is another work college. Rather than paying tuition fees, these students not only put in hard work in the classroom but also in the cafeteria or offices where they pay their way. This liberal arts college has offered 4-year courses since the 1980s – although it was first established in 1923 as the Caney Junior College.


College Scholarship App

There is a new app you can download which takes a survey of your skills, abilities, & interests, and then recommends scholarships for which you might qualify. Check it out: SCHOLLY

Scholly was developed by Drexel University student Christopher Gray to help make finding education funds easier for future generations of college students. Gray's goal—in his own words—was to make the app "extremely simple" to use. The app has its own website,, which explains the eight search parameters: race, state, GPA, major, stats, gender, grade, need/merit based, miscellaneous. Search results are instantaneous and cover both new undergraduate students and existing college students. The app also includes extra helps, including a selection of winning college entrance exam scholarships.

There are keywords you can use to waive the access fee.... search google for an updated list of keywords.