Between classes, research, advisor meetings and day-to-day activities, the life of a graduate student is always busy and always filled with different notes and papers. The four apps below can help grad students organize every aspect of their packed lives, leaving at least some time to relax and recharge.
With the cost of living rising exponentially in recent years, the expenses are piling up, and families or individuals with medical bills often struggle to pay for care on top of normal household costs. In addition, just simply paying the bills can be frustrating, with confusing legalese and complicated forms muddying the works. The mobile apps and websites listed below were compiled to help find ways to pay and organize these bills.
In just a few weeks, college campuses across America will be swarmed with bright-eyed students ready to start the year. But college can be remarkably stressful, especially for the college freshman. Luckily, the five mobile apps below were developed specifically to help ease some of that stress.
Since today’s college student faces an enormous list of expenses, our first app will hopefully help eliminate at least some of that financial burden. Released this year and available at the App Store, Scholly was developed to give students — from high school seniors to graduate students — a targeted list of scholarships they qualify for, without pages and pages of repetitive forms.
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