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The route toward minority scholarship college

By Anna Green, August 28, 2010 2:00 am

The route toward minority scholarship college. The need for minority students in need of scholarships to pay school fees is huge. The wide range includes African American scholarships, Hispanics scholarships and Native American scholarships. The minority scholarship college listings include possibilities for various ethnicities. Non-ethnic minority scholarship colleges are focused on providing nee -- read the full article

Applying for Online Universities – Understanding the Admission Criteria

By James, February 11, 2010 6:32 pm

Students want to attend the best possible university available to them. The online educational system has now made it easy for students to access universities that are outside their geographic locality. As a result, all the barriers have been broken down with respect to the best universities reserved only for the rich who can relocate or exceptional achievers who receive scholarships. In addition, -- read the full article

Weird wacky and strange scholarships

By James, October 20, 2009 8:32 am

Is there anybody going to a weird college? Exactly what kind of a question is that, it’s one that comes from reading about incorrect names of scholarship and financial aid awards. Some people use politically incorrect terminology to label scholarships. You may read about or hear the terms wacky scholarships, weird scholarships or unusual scholarships all of which I’d prefer to refer to -- read the full article

Law School Scholarships (And Why You Need One)

By James, October 13, 2009 6:01 pm

Here’s a fact for you: going to law school will be mighty, mighty expensive. Unless you have oodles of cash, chances are, you would want to ease the burden of the tuition with a generous law school scholarship. Remember that if you are going to law school, you already have four years of undergraduate education behind you, and along with it, the student loans you might have taken. Fortunately -- read the full article

Loans For School: Finding The Right Student Loans

By Onslow, September 24, 2009 9:19 am

If you recently won the Lottery or got really lucky in Las Vegas, this article is not for you. Most students, though, come to realize that they need to find good loans for school to pay the tuition fees and expenses that were not covered by savings, grants or scholarships. In a moment we’ll discuss some pretty good choices among available loans for school. But first let’s throw out som -- read the full article

Obama’s Scholarship Program Allows Mothers to Return to School!

By Onslow, September 2, 2009 7:45 pm

President Obama has now activated a new program designed for Moms of America. Scholarships for Moms could be spun into both a positive light and a negative light. First let’s look at the positive, of course. America can truly say that we are now in a recession and not be afraid of the word “recession”. The media for weeks and months was avoiding this title and doing a disservice -- read the full article

Scholarships and Grants For Stay at Home Moms

By Onslow, August 18, 2009 11:37 pm

Moms who stay home to take care of their children are often overlooked. When these mothers decide to go back to college, people do not take them seriously. They find it hard to get grants and scholarships and are not seen as good candidates for college. However, it simply is not true. Moms who have this desire are usually much more mature than younger college students. They finally know what they -- read the full article

President Obama is Ready For Moms to Go Back to School

By Onslow, August 16, 2009 3:27 am

It’s in the newspapers, on the television, on the radio – Obama wants moms to return to school. He has received some opposition, but moms everywhere are getting excited about the prospect of getting their college degree. Some people have wondered why the government is helping out mothers and giving them this opportunity. However, the Obama administration is determined to help moms ever -- read the full article

Top Three Mistakes made in College Planning

By Onslow, July 19, 2009 10:51 am

Many people make a number of assumptions when it comes to college planning.  Three particular mistakes should be avoided if one wants to get the maximum financial help available. The first mistake many people make is not to fill out the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) because they don’t think they will qualify.  They may believe they make too much money and will not qualify for st -- read the full article

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