Author: Brett Holzhauer

AvatarBrett Holzhauer is graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Arizona State University. He enjoy writing about personal finance, travel, and higher education. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling with his wife, eating questionable Mexican food, and watching college football.

Three Advantages to Attending Community College Before a Four-Year School
Community College

Three Advantages to Attending Community College Before a Four-Year School

Brett Holzhauer Brett Holzhauer- September 2, 2019 0

For some, the idea of community college feels like a letdown or disappointment. However, it is nothing to scoff at, and it certainly shouldn’t be ... Read More

Pros and Cons of Double Majoring
Careers

Pros and Cons of Double Majoring

Brett Holzhauer Brett Holzhauer- May 7, 2019 0

The appeal of graduating with not only one degree, but two degrees is often alluring for many college students. Two degrees means more career options, ... Read More

Three Financial Benefits of Paying Off Student Loans
Finance

Three Financial Benefits of Paying Off Student Loans

Brett Holzhauer Brett Holzhauer- April 21, 2019 0

We are all very familiar with the unfortunate reality of student debt. Today, 70% of students will graduate with significant debt that will take an ... Read More

What to Do When You’ve Been Rejected from Your Dream School
College Life

What to Do When You’ve Been Rejected from Your Dream School

Brett Holzhauer Brett Holzhauer- April 10, 2019 0

The college application process is something that we only have to go through once…if we are lucky. It can be exhausting, defeating, and upsetting. However, ... Read More

My Experience as a First Generation College Student
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My Experience as a First Generation College Student

Brett Holzhauer Brett Holzhauer- March 13, 2019 0

When you think of a first-generation college student, you probably don’t think of a 5’11” white kid with blonde hair and blue eyes from the ... Read More

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