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I received a letter in the mail today from my college. It stated that it was my award letter for my spring financial aid. 93 more words

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Scholarship 101: The Million Dollar Effort

Have you heard the saying, every year millions of scholarships go unclaimed? It’s true; millions of scholarship dollars go unclaimed because students don’t apply. Most scholarships are specific based; meaning, have specific eligibility criteria such as GPA (grade point average); class ranking; community or volunteer service; school location; college placement scores (SAT/ACT); sports; gender; ethnic group; first-generation status; or disability.  550 more words


Economic Aid to Egypt

Curious about who is funding Egypt these days? American military aid gets all the press, but many have contributed to support Egypt’s economy. Daily News Egypt… 174 more words


Watch Out For Financial Aid & Scholarship Scams

The time to fill out your FAFSA is quickly approaching, make sure that you are going to www.fafsa.ed.gov NOT Fafsa.com. The .com site is going to charge you $99 for something that you can do for free. 203 more words

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Here's Exactly How Much the Government Would Have to Spend to Make Public College Tuition-Free

I think I may have shared this at the beginning of the year, but I cannot remember. I have argued that we can provide a free college education (at state universities). 495 more words

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Irish Yoghurt wins Bank of Ireland sponsor for a day.

Clonakilty based company Irish Yogurts has been revealed as the winner of Bank of Ireland’s Sponsor for a Day competition.

Irish Yogurts representatives Alan Long and Karen Keohane pictured with Munster’s Denis Hurley, Stephen Archer and Andrew Conway. 125 more words

Obama's College-Ranking Plan is Ludicrous

The Obama administration is planning to drastically expand the power of the Department of Education by ranking 6,000 colleges across the country. The proposed plan that would give colleges As through Fs is incredibly dangerous–it leaves extensive influence over higher education up to a few people in Washington D.C. 608 more words