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Work Colleges Might Work To Reduce Costs

By Dr. Marciene Mattleman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - Because maintaining colleges with all their services is so expensive, work colleges as a model are getting more attention. 146 more words

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Get a head start on saving for college tuition with Virginia529

RICHMOND, Va – Scott Ridgely, Director of Marketing and Communications at Virginia529, visited the studio to talk about all of the ways the Virginia529 College Savings Plan can help you get a head start on setting money aside for your child or grandchild’s college education. 114 more words

Virginia This Morning

Win Tickets to Opening Day at Safeco to Watch the Seattle Mariners Beat the Los Angeles Angels!

Our biggest inspiration here at GET is when we hear our customers’ stories about how their college savings efforts have made an impact in their families’ lives. 341 more words

Apply for 2015 CJH3 College Scholarship

The Charles J. Harbin, III Memorial Scholarship is accepting applications for the 2015-2016 school year.

Candidates for the scholarship must meet all requirements and submit requested materials to the CJH3MS Selection Committee by the appointed deadline.  31 more words

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"Where Are They Now" Wednesday: Logan Frederick

Today we will be featuring Logan Frederick, a 2014 Scholarship Fund recipient. This is what we found out about Logan nearly a year after receiving her $20,000 scholarship: 305 more words

Anthony Muñoz Foundation

Student Loans: Do they help or hurt America's scholars?

Being a recent college graduate, I know how expensive higher education can be. Tuition costs are steadily increasing year after year. According to CollegeBoard, the average tuition cost at a four-year private university is over $31,000 for the 2014-15 academic year. 530 more words

The passing scene: March 20, 2015

When a Summer Job Could Pay the Tuition by Timothy Taylor as the Conversible Economist.

When I attended college in the 1950s, any young American could earn enough working at a full-time summer job, and a part-time job during the school year, to pay tuition at a state university.  325 more words

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