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How Colleges are Squeezing Students on Financial Aid
Dalia Garcia breathed a sigh of relief when she found out that she had been given enough financial aid to nearly cover the cost of tuition for her first year at California State Polytechnic University at Pomona. Because her father earned less than $20 ...
How to Play the College Financial-Aid Game
Federal Financial Aid Is The Real Reason College Costs Too Much
Federal student financial aid has permitted higher tuition fees, and helped finance an academic arms race where universities have hired small armies of bureaucrats, given professors low teaching loads so they can write articles on obscure topics that ...
GOP proposal to slash college tuition puts House, Senate at odds
The Seattle Times
House Democrats have instead proposed extending a tuition freeze for two more years, and putting millions into financial aid, which would assist as many as 10,000 students who aren't currently getting state help to pay for college. In one area, though ...
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- Three Radical Proposals for a Broken College Admissions Process - New York Observer
- Wed, 15 Apr 2015 10:58:42 GMT -
New York ObserverThree Radical Proposals for a Broken College Admissions Process
New York Observer
In fact, spending $25,000 for a private college admission counselor won't guarantee that a high-achieving kid will get into an Ivy. It won't even secure a place on the waitlist, not without a mid-seven-figure contribution to the school's development fund.
- End the college application inflation - Washington Post
- Sat, 18 Apr 2015 00:15:59 GMT - End the college application inflation
The Common App, which was created 35 years ago with the sensible goal of streamlining the college admissions process, currently limits students to 20 applications. But that's too many. The ease of applying â€” and the fear of rejection â€” makes students ...
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- The Grand Tour, College Admissions-Style - Barron's
- Sat, 11 Apr 2015 04:15:32 GMT - The Grand Tour, College Admissions-Style
Each year, the college admissions process gets a little more daunting. Consider the once-humble campus visit. Last month, Magellan Jets launched a college tour program, with prices starting at $43,500 for 10 hours of flight time on a small jet ...
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