6 Ways for College Students to Get Cash Fast

You've heard the phrase, "broke college student?" Make sure you are not one of them. We've found six ways that college students can get a little extra cash quickly - some of them without leaving your couch.

1. Online tutoring

Get to work right from your living room and tutor online. Chegg and Tutor.com offer opportunities for college students to snag tutoring gigs online and get paid. Just make sure to brush up on your old notes from freshman year!

2. Download the Boro app

BoroCash is fast cash designed specifically for college students. It’s simple and convenient; download the app, get a decision within seconds and get up to $2000 within a couple days. Plus, you’ll know your monthly payment and interest rate upfront, so there’s no hidden fees, no surprise interest rates, and no overspending. 

3. Deliver food

If you’re looking to get back on the payroll, consider a food delivery job. Check out Uber EatsDoorDash, or Postmates for a job with flexible hours and limited contact.Just remember to get updated and follow the necessary precautions and personal protection equipment recommended by the CDC at the time of your employment. 

4. Clean out your closet

Extra time at home is not only the perfect time to organize your closet and junk drawers, but a great chance to purge the clothes, shoes, and other items collecting dust. Check out CraigslistFacebook Marketplace, or Poshmark to declutter your space and make a few extra bucks at the same time. 

5. Dog walking

If you’re stressed out or going a little stir crazy, a dog walking gig might be the perfect fit for you. Breathe fresh air, get exercise, and make money all at the same time. Check out Rover or WagWalking to apply and get one step closer to walking some furry friends.

6. Market Studies

Try something new and participate in a market study or survey on sites like Elevated Insights. Focus groups and other in-person studies might be suspended, but there are still opportunities to make a little money quickly from home. 

Once you've got your cash, set up your budget on the Kora app so you're saving cash too.

Learn more about managing your money in college.