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ATLANTA, GA. (CollegeToCareers.com) – In a sign that financial aid opportunities may well continue to dwindle for college students, Georgia’s Gov. Nathan Deal announced that he would reduce the state budget for tuition grants and state-funded scholarships – for students who attend public universities. Students who attend private colleges and universities will meanwhile remain eligible [...]
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (CollegetoCareers.com) – The start of tax season means something else for a number of students yearning to attend college and begin their careers: early FAFSA deadlines. In order to receive consideration as high-priority candidates for federal loans and grants with the lowest interest rates, students need to submit their Free Application for [...]
VIRGINIA (CollegeToCareers.com) – More graduating high school seniors will now be eligible to receive scholarships for their high school tuition and books, thanks to the SOAR Virginia program. A program called the Virginia 529 College Savings Plan announced plans to offer scholarships to qualifying seniors every year, a needed addition to the billions of dollars [...]
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In February, President Barack Obama pushed forward with anticipated budget cuts by proposing considerable cutbacks in government spending, not least those that affect students in pursuit of their education.
Why Do I Have to Complete it By March 2? It is importance to submit your FAFSA by March 2nd for two reasons: to qualify for a Cal Grant and to get first dibs on financial aid, grants, and work study opportunities. Just think of it this way–the earlier to turn in your FAFSA, the [...]
UC’s Blue + Gold Opportunity Plan has been updated to cover student and educational fees for California residents whose family earns less than $80,000 a year, up from $70,000 in 2010-2011.
Atlanta, GA (CollegeToCareers.com) – With financial troubles looming, Georgia might soon seize the Hope scholarship program. HOPE is the largest merit-based college scholarships program in the United States. All Georgia high school students with a GPA of at least 3.0 may be eligible for four years of paid tuition in any college of their choice. [...]
Pottstown, PA (CollegeToCareers.com) – Planning your child’s future should be on top of each parent’s priorities, and Montgomery County Community College is reaching out to assist families with financial planning for college with their free “Making College Affordable” seminar. On Thursday, January 27, MCCC hosted the financial aid and college scholarships workshop in the Community [...]
Augusta, ME (CollegeToCareers.com) – The Financial Authority of Maine announced the expansion of their College Goal Sundays workshops. In addition to the ten previously announced locations for January 30’s meetings, forty new locations will be offering financial assistance to college-bound students during the next few weeks. FAME’s events will no longer be restricted to one [...]
Chambersburg, PA (CollegeToCareers.com) – Chambersburg Area Middle School hosted a financial aid workshop for college-bound high school seniors yesterday evening. Dan Wray from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency did a presentation followed by a Q&A session. The main purpose of the action was to guide students throughout the process of applying for financial aid, [...]