College Financial Options

Moms: Know Your Junior College Financial Aid Options

May 18, 2016 | | Say something

Community college is often the punchline to jokes about college. A 2-year college education could be exactly what a single or stay-at-home mom needs. Community colleges welcome bright students, and they have many benefits to offer. Add in a financial advantage or two and your education is within reach. For a long time 2-year colleges […more]

Get That College Degree with the Help of Unsecured Student Loans

May 4, 2016 | | Say something

It is not easy to meet all the expenses during college. You have to worry about tuition and living expenses. Fortunately, most students are qualified to apply for unsecured student loans. Unsecured student loans can significantly help you pay for your books, tuition, and car repairs. Paying unsecured student loans is easy because they are […more]

Obama Grants For Mothers: Money For College

Apr 28, 2016 | | Say something

If you want to be successful, getting a good education is a good start. President Obama is a good example, and he has shown his commitment to helping others. Free money through grants and scholarships is only the beginning. Expenses like college tuition and housing grow even as the economy suffers. Scholarship packages rarely cover […more]

Circumstances Under Which Your Unfaithful Husband Deserves Forgiveness

Apr 21, 2016 | | Say something

Accepting one’s mistake and feeling sorry about it gives mental peace to the wrongdoer. But it may not have the same effect on the sufferer of the mistake. The victim of the wrongdoing may still be in agony and he/she may not be in a state of mind to forgive the wrongdoer. In the context […more]

University College Dublin Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School Announces

Apr 14, 2016 | | Say something

University College Dublin Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School Announces … DUBLIN, 12 April, 2016 – The University College Dublin (UCD) Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School today announced that GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) Chairman Norman C.T. Liu has generously established a €100,000 scholarship fund to support … Read more on AviationPros.com A Q&A on Paying […more]

School grants and college scholarships

Apr 8, 2016 | | Say something

Being more competitive in jobs, people at the moment realize that they need to have right technical knowledge and training. This training could be acquired from advancing studies in colleges. School grants is the best supply of school funding for since the ways to pay for education in class are worried. These grants doesn’t have […more]

Latest College Loan Forgiveness News

Mar 19, 2016 | | Say something

A Student Loan Mini-History And A Primer On The New REPAYE Program Student loans are a huge stressor for a whole lot of people these days. How many people? Back in 2010, 1 in 5 households carried some form of student debt, according to a Pew Research study. Two years later, Pew found that 69% […more]

New job perk could save grads three years of student loan payments

Mar 12, 2016 | | Say something
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New job perk could save grads three years of student loan payments Employers nationwide are beginning to offer a new perk to their increasingly indebted millennial workforce: assistance in paying down student loans. A new study by NerdWallet found undergraduate student debt holders could shave off nearly three years … Read more on Christian Science […more]

College Plans to Revitalize Teaching with Mellon Grant

Feb 28, 2016 | | Say something
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College Plans to Revitalize Teaching with Mellon Grant The college received a $ 1.5 million grant from the Mellon Foundation this past December to make teaching more inclusive and effective for students starting in the fall of 2016. The mission of the Mellon Foundation is to promote the humanities, arts and … Read more on […more]

New Paper Proposes Starting All Over on Federal Student Aid

Feb 21, 2016 | | Say something
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New Paper Proposes Starting All Over on Federal Student Aid Nearly everyone agrees that the federal student-aid system is broken, perhaps irreparably so. The Pell Grant hasn’t kept pace with rising tuition, students are saddled with too much debt, and many states have shifted the burden for financing colleges … Read more on Chronicle of […more]