Monthly Archives: March 2014

How Grandparents Can Use Charitable Income Gifts to Finance College Education

Mar 31, 2014 | | Say something

How Grandparents Can Use Charitable Income Gifts to Finance College Education Now, let's acknowledge the role many grandparents assume in the financing of the college education of a grandchild. Many grandparents will accelerate the inheritance of a grandchild pursuing a course of study likely to leave him with the prospects for … Read more on […more]

Ways to Obtain Grants for College

Mar 16, 2014 | | Say something

The life of a human being is divided in certain phases and one of them is certainly going to college. College is not only about studying to become a professional, to build a career and attain financial security, but it’s about becoming a responsible adult, about spiritual development and attaining a more profound understanding of […more]

Latest College Grants News

Mar 13, 2014 | | Say something

College grants put focus on getting students to graduation TRIO grants target students at the highest risk of dropping out, including students who are the first in their families to attend college. Starting with a new grant year that began Sept. 1, Stanislaus State is receiving $ 1.8 million over a five-year … Read more […more]

Money for College

Mar 11, 2014 | | Say something

There are many ways to finance a college education and there are some that you don’t have to pay back: grants and scholarships. Some grants and scholarships are based on financial need and some are based on high school achievement, your religious affiliation, ethnic background, memberships in organizations, hobbies and even special interests. For examples, […more]

Latest College Loan Forgiveness News

Mar 5, 2014 | | Say something

Democrats Urge Government to Refund Billions in Student Loans A year after troubled for-profit education company Corinthian Colleges collapsed, the Department of Education opened the first formal pathway for students of its colleges to ask for loan forgiveness. Now a group of Democrats in Congress is charging … Read more on Bloomberg Gina-Meter: Raimondo keeps […more]

Obama Administration Hits Back at Student Debtors Seeking Relief

Mar 1, 2014 | | Say something

Obama Administration Hits Back at Student Debtors Seeking Relief Lawmakers have never defined undue hardship, though, so courts have tried to work out exactly how poor Americans need to be—and for how long—in order to qualify for student loan forgiveness. The Department of Education has been successful at … Read more on Bloomberg The Delinquent Borrowers […more]

Attend College Free With College Grants

Mar 1, 2014 | | Say something

This is a plea to America’s future…our youth. If you are intelligent enough to be accepted into a college or university but cannot afford tuition, please apply for free college grants from the United States government, or the various national private granting agencies that provide them. America is depending on you to insure a bright […more]