You can win tuition for a year, not to exceed $10,000. The prize can be used for college, post secondary vocational school and fees. Or it can be used to pay off student loans. See the rules and regulations to read the fine print.
CBR is proud to introduce the Tuition for a Year giveaway! Only 2 easy steps are required in order to receive a full year of tuition! Simply ‘Like’ our facebook page and fill out the sign-up form under the “Tuition for a Year” tab. The sweepstakes end December 31st. A winner will be drawn at random on January 10th.
As a general rule, at the end of every semester, the “early bird gets the worm”. By that we mean, beat the rush and be one of the first to send back your rental books or sell your other textbooks to get the most cash for them. [Read the full article…]
In case you haven’t seen some of the Black Friday ads, we did a little homework for you. It’s going to be a wild week with some stores offering early bargains on Thursday. [Read the full article…]
Why does the cost of college textbooks skyrocket?
Check out this Infographic. We were extremely pleased to find out that 93% of college students said they would rent if given the chance…..here’s your chance. Our customers have known about the savings for a while….. [Read the full article…]
This guest post is actually a re-guest post from Daniel de Vise who writes “College Inc.” for the Washington Post. He posted the guest blog on November 4, 2011 about how the value of a college education is more important now than ever. [Read the full article…]
Happy Veterans Day 2011. Salute to all of our military heroes for serving our great nation . Lest we never forget those who have passed before us and celebrate those among us. Formerly known as Armistice Day, this federal holiday is observed on November 11. [Read the full article…]
How about some cool Apps to make your holiday shopping easier and cheaper? Black Friday, Cyber Monday and everything else is just around the corner. You need all the technology at your finger tips to stay ahead of the mobs. [Read the full article…]
The frugal college student may not have a lot of extra time on their hands until semester break but, we can start thinking about all those presents we need to get for the holidays. We’ve blogged before that Mom and Dad would rather have something you made with your own two hands than spending money they gave you for college. [Read the full article…]
Proper time management is one of the most important virtues a student needs to master to be successful. For those that fail to develop these skills, their college experience is usually over about as fast as it starts. For those mastering time management concepts, college is a breeze and a lot less stressful and it saves the student a lot of money on dropped or audited classes. [Read the full article…]
Did you save your receipts when you bought or rented your college textbooks this year?
According to the National Association of College Stores “keeping track of their course material expenses could save college students and their families up to $2,500 annually. [Read the full article…]