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Obtaining a credit card while in college provides a number of benefits to those entering the adult world. Whether you need to learn how to budget money, need a convenient way to pay bills, or start building a solid credit history, student credit cards are a great way to do all that and more.

Student credit cards typically have low spending limits, but building that credit history starts immediately. And a good credit history is important later for getting car loans and eventually a mortgage. A student credit card can also be a lifesaver if a financial or personal emergency comes up when you're otherwise short on cash. And let's not forget the convenience of using a student credit card versus always searching for an ATM machine when you're low on time.

When looking for a student credit card, there are a number of factors you should consider. Some of these include:

  • Annual fees. Many student credit card companies charge no annual fees for those in school. However it's imperative to read the fine print and understand what charges you may or may not incur.
  • Interest rates. Credit cards are a great way to build credit but there's a cost associated with borrowing money. Consider what the annual APR is with any credit card you consider before applying. If you plan paying off your credit card every month, then the interest rate isn't a factor but should something come up it's good to know what the charges will be.
  • Penalties. Credit card companies make money when your payment is late or when you go over the credit limit. Understand what penalties exist with any credit card you're considering.

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best student credit cards available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right student credit card and begin building your credit history today!

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2015

Student Credit Card Reviews

ACCC Offers a Financial Checklist for Newlyweds during Wedding Season
With more than 50 percent of divorces resulting from money problems, national nonprofit ACCC provides newlyweds with a must have financial checklist.
Publication Date: July 30, 2015

Integritys Gift to Support Belton High School Athletics
Unique Fundraising Program is a Win-Win for the Belton Community
Publication Date: July 22, 2015

American Consumer Credit Counseling Offers Five Ways Las Vegas Residents Can Vacation on a Budget
National financial education non-profit American Consumer Credit Counseling offers tips for Nevada residents to enjoy a staycation without breaking the bank.
Publication Date: July 23, 2015

International Film Festival North Hollywood Enlists Skills of Local Art Students
NoHo Nonprofit Partners with Art Institute of California for Design Work and Course Study
Publication Date: July 09, 2015

Jenzabar Partners with Herring Bank to Provide One Card ID and Payment Solution
Campus-based financial management solutions will improve student satisfaction.
Publication Date: July 15, 2015

$1 Million in K-12 Support and Counting: Just a Dollar at a Time with Amscot Financial 10th Annual Campaign
Over the past nine years, Amscot customers and the company have combined to raise more than $1 million for local education foundations in the counties that Amscot serves.
Publication Date: July 29, 2015

Shmoop Likes Big Bucks and They Cannot Lie: New Guides to Financial Literacy Released
Shmoop releases hundreds of articles about financial literacy for all ages.
Publication Date: July 07, 2015

Mother of Deceased Addict Wins Bankruptcy Discharge of $63,500.00 in Private Student Loans Taken for Son's Drug Treatment
The Law Office of Christine A. Kingston reports that Bankruptcy Judge Richard M. Neiter, according to court records, awarded summary judgment yesterday to a struggling mother who lost her son to a drug addiction. Judge Neiter Ordered the $63,500.00 student loans, taken for her son's drug treatment, to be discharged in her bankruptcy case.
Publication Date: July 11, 2015

Saving Landlords Up to $10,000, Cozy Launches Easier, Safer, and More Affordable Tenant Screening Tools
Free for landlords and property managers, Cozys new background and eviction checks and tenant credit reports make it easy for landlords to find reliable tenants and protect their investment, while also keeping applicants identities secure.
Publication Date: July 30, 2015

Jenzabar Partners with Nelnet Business Solutions to Provide Unified Payment Processing
Integrated payment solutions to enhance user satisfaction
Publication Date: June 30, 2015

College Preparation Should Start in Middle School; Tips for Success
Independent education consultant Mandee Heller Adler of International College Counselors says middle school is the ideal time to start college planning as Forbes publishes its America's Top Colleges Ranking 2015.
Publication Date: July 30, 2015

First Associates Loan Servicing, LLC to Provide Primary Servicing for Promise Financial Consumer Lending Platform Dedicated to Wedding Finance
Loan servicing from First Associates enables Promise Financial to rapidly scale its operations while achieving industry-leading security and compliance
Publication Date: July 01, 2015

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