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How To Avoid Going Broke As An Undergrad by ValourDigest(m): 3:35pm On Mar 12, 2021
It took several months of staying at home and pleading with ASUU. However, now, we can look back at those times and feel proud of how far we’ve come along. Now that all that is over, you still need to deal with the challenges that come with school, such as going broke as an undergrad. 

From your handouts to your textbooks and assignments, there are a lot of things that consume your money. Even if you're taking online classes, you still need to be wary of data costs, among other things. The worst thing you can do to yourself is to set yourself on the path to going broke as an undergrad by indulging in multiple unnecessary activities. So, how can you avoid going broke as an undergrad? Let’s find out.

Get a job

It can be hard to juggle school with a job. But, depending on how badly you need to avoid going broke as an undergrad, you need to get one. The best part is that the internet is chock full of job opportunities. As long as you have a valuable skill, you can even get a remote job, which is significantly easier to maintain than a physical one.

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