What do sugar daddies, medical studies and pawnshops have in common? They help some students pay for a college education, CNN reports. With the average family reporting that they are only on track to meet 30% of their college savings goals, every extra dollar counts -- and nothing is off limits. John McKinley-Campbell had no job, $135,000 in student loan debt and he wanted to go back to school to get his Ph.D. at Florida International University. In order to afford to make it all happen he became a lab rat. He has been participating in medical studies for...

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