If money is a problem, here is a list of resources that may be of help. Remember to adjust your course load, if necessary, so that you can handle the time demands added by internships or part-time work.
Financial Aid: Learn about FAFSA, applying for loans, and finding scholarships. Financial aid counselors are available to answer your questions. (x52387)
Scholarships: Check out the new freshman link for need based scholarships. Undergraduate international students may be eligible for merit-based scholarships. (x52387)
Career Services Center: Click on the freshman/sophomore link and jobs/getting experience. You'll discover many resources to find work on and off campus. (x52216)
Monthly Tuition Payment Plan: This affords you the ability to conserve your savings and budget your expenses. (x52288)
The Shriver Center: Although many of the opportunities presented here are volunteer oriented, you may still find some paid internships that could fit your needs. (x52493)