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  • Winnie from Greensboro, NC

    Check to see if your department has scholarships. It is very difficult to obtain scholarship money once you have started, so try to get every scholarship possible before classes start. Also, consider work study. It is a great way to earn a little… more read full review

    Check to see if your department has scholarships. It is very difficult to obtain scholarship money once you have started, so try to get every scholarship possible before classes start. Also, consider work study. It is a great way to earn a little extra money without having to drive to a job every day and will help you get to know your professors. Consider playing an intramural sport - I was on the tennis team so I was unable to play PowderPuff football, and I regret it everyday! read full review

  • Portia from Durham, NC

    I loved being an Aggie! There were plenty of people that were willing to work with you. The social environment was fantastic and there was so much to do in the city of Greensboro, North Carolina. I also gained a variety of friends that consisted of… more read full review

    I loved being an Aggie! There were plenty of people that were willing to work with you. The social environment was fantastic and there was so much to do in the city of Greensboro, North Carolina. I also gained a variety of friends that consisted of teachers, students, and co-workers within the department I received work study. read full review

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