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When it comes to college, nothing is cheap. Tuition, textbooks, laundry… it all adds up, but LOZO’s here to help! We’ve compiled all the best tips and resources for you right here. If you know what you need, check out our Quick Links, to the right. If you need a little more guidance, dive in below!

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  • Goodness knows buying books for college takes a big bite out of any student or parent's wallet. Luckily, there are more options than ever these days to get books...
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  • UPromise is a free program that gives members rebates on everyday purchases at the supermarket and more, in the form of a savings account for your child. Start early, when your kids are born and...
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  • Most educational institutions offer discounts--sometimes substantial ones--on new computers and more. If you're not sure if your school gets a discount, check with your administration or just ask...
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  • If you need money for college but the college won't give you enough, negotiate. Some are willing to loan or give extra money if a student can prove need.
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  • You'll have to do the hard work to earn a scholarship, but we can help you find those that may be a good fit for you. Here we list some scholarship databases as well as some organizations that...
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  • U.S. News & World Report offers a very thorough section on their site entirely devoted to giving advice on "Paying for College", including a section for Parents, for Students and covering a...
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  • Kiplinger's overview of the best 529 College Savings Plans. They recommend the top 5 overall plans as well as give a state by state breakdown that explains what the best option for that state is and...
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  • Federal Student Aid is part of the U.S. Department of Education. Their primary goal is to provide all eligible students with federal financial assistance including grants, loans and...
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  • If you need money for college but the college won't give you enough, negotiate. Some are willing to loan or give extra money if a student can prove need.
  • The Simple Dollar's tips for evaluating student loan options (article from 2007 but still mostly relevant)
  • You'll have to do the hard work to earn a scholarship, but we can help you find those that may be a good fit for you. Here we list some scholarship databases as well as some organizations that offers scholarships and grants. 
  • SimpleTuition.com allows you to quickly search their extensive database for available student loans. This is a great first step in the process of finding a student loan because it helps easily narrow down your options.

    Just answer a few questions (your school, year in school, # years for loan, $ needed) and it will show results from [...]
  • If you're a Nascar fan, you're probably tuning into the Friday night Nascar Nationwide race (9/10/10 7pm ET ESPN2) at Richmond International Raceway. The event is headlined by Virginia 529 College Savings, a perfect fit with LOZO's mission to help people save money on everything!

    In honor of the event [...]