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Recently, over 1200 students were able to enroll in Gibson University’s degree, diploma and certification programs as a result of its highly efficient scholarship program, as highlighted by leading accreditation agencies worldwide.
The Legislature set aside $303 million for the state need grant for the 2013-2014 fiscal year, but officials say that's not enough. To fully fund the state need grant would require an additional $135 million, said Rachelle Sharpe, director of student
The Birmingham Education Foundation , or Ed, program offers three hour-long workshops on Saturday morning at UAB's Heritage Hall. The workshops will detail the purpose of financial aid, the differences between financial aid and scholarships, and, of
Many parents are often concerned how having a 529 plan will impact their chances of getting financial aid...Parental assets are assessed at a maximum 5.64% rate in determining the student's Expected Family Contribution (EFC). In other words, the
Applicants who do not meet the Feb. 27 deadline will be placed in award announcement suspension. Pell grants and federal student loans in addition to Illinois MAP grants. Additionally, students may be eligible for institutional aid from NIU in the
Joliet Junior College director of financial aid David Seeward. Tina Akouris~Sun-Times Media Updated: February 26, 2014 7:48PM Marcus Bouldin was worried about having to take out a substantial loan to pay for courses at Joliet Junior College.
New York Times economic columnist Eduardo Porter has a piece this morning seeking to raise doubts about the Obama administration's proposed "gainful employment" rule. The rule would, eventually, take away eligibility for federal student aid from
Gov. Jay Inslee is scheduled on Wednesday to sign into law a measure that expands state college financial aid to students in the country without legal status. In a highly divided Legislature, passage of the bill represents a big win for immigrant
A young Millennium Scholar who does not qualify for financial aid. A 37-year-old blackjack dealer with three children seeking a career change. A former member of student government who questions whether improvements will be made. They were among the
Kentucky lawmakers diverted more than $100 million in lottery proceeds away from state financial aid programs for college students since 2009, and might take another $76 million over the next two years. That's despite the fact that the General