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George Crafton Memorial Scholarship

The Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts Auxillary sponsors three $1,000 scholarships each year. The George Crafton Scholarship is for graduating high school seniors, the Natural Resource Scholarship is for college students and the Betty Barrick Non-Traditional Scholarship is for college students who are at least 25 years old. 54 more words

Grissom Scholars Program

Centre College is offering first-generation college students a full-tuition scholarship and $5,000 in educational enrichment funds through the Grissom Scholars Program.  If you are interested in the program or interested in nominating someone for this program please visit the following website.   21 more words

NYU To Begin Offering Financial Aid To Undocumented Students

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – New York University is jumping into the immigration debate by announcing that it will begin offering financial aid to undocumented students. 455 more words

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Saturday's Open House Postponed

Due to the recent weather in the Buffalo area we are postponing our Open House which is scheduled for Saturday, November 22nd.  We are tentatively planning to reschedule the event for Saturday, December 6th.  77 more words

Hilbert Community

FAFSA Treatment of Retirement Plan Contributions

Behold, FAFSA season is upon us! Well, not entirely– the FAFSA isn’t available until January 1. Nonetheless, confusion and questions about the FAFSA abound already. 363 more words

FAFSA

New school plan expands tuition assistance

By Marnie McAllister, Record Assistant Editor

Under the new Catholic Elementary School Plan, students in the Archdiocese of Louisville have access to four sources of funding to defray the cost of tuition. 654 more words

Archdiocesan News

The Essentials of Filling out Scholarship Applications

Now that you have your essay topic picked out, it’s time to complete those applications! Iowa College Aid’s Tracy Davis shares some tips from her time as Financial Aid Director at Southwestern Community College during which she evaluated scholarship applications. 241 more words

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