Florida State University Money Diaries: What I Spent in a Week

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Katie Harp Last year, during my freshman year at Florida State University, I rarely spent money on anything other than school-related items. With a meal plan, I didn’t have to worry about buying groceries, and I saved most of the money that I made at my part-time job. Living in an off-campus apartment is different. This year, my paid internship … Continue reading Florida State University Money Diaries: What I Spent in a Week

Real Money Advice For College Students at FSU

By Lexie Pitzen | Photo: Sharon Mccutcheon Everyone has their own money-saving advice for college students: make your coffee at home., rent your textbooks, buy off-brand grocery items. But, some advice tends to focus on small savings tips, and rarely addresses how to set up a financial situation for stability post-graduation. Consider these tips and habits to decrease financial stress now and after college. Budgeting … Continue reading Real Money Advice For College Students at FSU

FSU Alumni Make College Safer and Simpler with Campus Caddie

By Abby Cloud | Photo: Campus Caddie As high school graduation creeps closer, parents of first-time college students are having to address the anxieties of their student moving away and starting college. To keep parents from worrying during their student’s first year away at college, FSU Alumni and Boosters Michael Underwood and Allen Beyer founded Campus Caddie, a business that “provides supportive concierge services designed … Continue reading FSU Alumni Make College Safer and Simpler with Campus Caddie