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Seeking the loopholes that let college students pay in-state tuition

A student may qualify for in-state tuition even if his parents are not residents of that state.  The qualification process is drawn out and complicated, but families can pay a fee for an expert’s guidance in handling the details. 367 more words

Cutting College Costs -- Ideas For Students

In-State vs Out-of-State Tuition

If you want to start school in a different state, it is vital that you understand In-State vs Out-of-State Tuition.  This article will help you understand the difference between the two tuition rates and, most importantly, the financial aid award process for both criteria. 10 more words

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4 ways to get in-state tuition as fast as possible

The financial different between in-state tuition and out-of-state tuition can be huge.

According to The College Board, the average tuition and fees in 2013-14 for in-state students at public, four-year colleges was $8,893. 804 more words


Bills now flowing to Scott, some with election-year shadings

More than a month after the Legislature adjourned, lawmakers Thursday sent Gov. Rick Scott more than 100 bills to act on — including at least three measures with heavy election-year shadings. 481 more words

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