If you have been in college for longer than a week, you are well aware of the struggle of having money during the school year. Luckily, at the University of New Hampshire there are ways to save and make money during the year.
Take advantage of Dining Dollars and Cats Cache.
With dining dollars added to your meal plan, and cats cache usually submitted onto your account by your parents during the first year, use this to your advantage. Using the money on your student ID to purchase necessities around campus will be much easier on your wallet. That way, you can save the money you made during the summer. Also, save money you may be making here at UNH, while still taking care of your necessities.
Look into jobs around campus.
Jobs on campus are the easiest to manage during your school year at UNH. Employers on campus are aware that you are busy, and take this into consideration when giving out hours. Jobs on campus are geared towards the students interests and available time. Getting a job on campus that applies to your major or doesn’t take up much time can result in easy earned money.
Become a notetaker.
If you are the type of student who does not want to commit to a job around campus, become a notetaker at OneClass. Depending on which courses you are enrolled in, an email will be sent to you regarding becoming a notetaker. If you take thorough notes and do not mind taking pictures of your notes and uploading them, then this job may be for you. After getting the necessary paperwork in, it is an easy job. It requires no time commitment other than going to your class and uploading the notes that you take. You are guaranteed to make up to 100 dollars at the end of the semester.
Although most college students have limited college funds, this does not have to be the case for you. Explore jobs on campus. Try your best to save as much money as you can while you are living!