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Students at private colleges may lose financial aid under proposed state budget
The Seattle Times
Not so for students at private institutions who rely on state financial aid to help pay their tuition bills. Private tuition isn't set by the Legislature, of course â€” but the Republican version of the budget, which would lower state public-school ...
The CT Mirror
Legislators advance in-state tuition, financial aid for undocumented students
The CT Mirror
Martin Looney, the Senate's top Democrat, and Malloy are pushing to open financial aid for a limited number of undocumented students. The state's public colleges currently set aside at least 15 percent of tuition dollars each year to provide needy ...
In-state tuition, aid offered undocumented immigrants
Undocumented Students May Get Tuition Help
Connecticut lawmakers debate immigrant student bills
Confusing Financial Aid Letters Leave Students, Parents Adrift
And while that, and the total amount of financial aid a university or college is offering, might be listed, the ultimate cost of tuition, room and board and other expenses often is not, complicating the process of understanding how much families ...
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- Behind The Curtain Of College Admissions, Fairness May Not Be Priority No. 1 - NPR
- Sat, 23 May 2015 22:01:57 GMT -
NPRBehind The Curtain Of College Admissions, Fairness May Not Be Priority No. 1
A group of Asian-American organizations â€” more than 60 in all â€” recently accused Harvard of holding Asian-American applicants to an unfairly high standard, requiring them to score better than their African-American, Hispanic or white counterparts.
Why are so many Asian Americans missing out on Ivy League schools?
The Guardian all 11 news articles »
- The unexpected plot twists in one senior's college admissions journey - Washington Post (blog)
- Fri, 22 May 2015 09:19:14 GMT - The unexpected plot twists in one senior's college admissions journey
Washington Post (blog)
This is the seventh and final post in a series about a high school senior attempting to navigate through the college admissions process. She is Samantha Fogel, a student at The Derryfield School, a private college preparatory day school for grades six ...
- A Particularly Chinese Dilemma: Why Chinese Students Game College ... - Huffington Post
- Mon, 18 May 2015 19:43:00 GMT - A Particularly Chinese Dilemma: Why Chinese Students Game College ...
Forged transcripts, ghostwritten essays and cheating on entrance exams have become such a common occurrence that college admission offices have accepted them as part and parcel with China. The SAT has been rocked by allegations of cheating in ...
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