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Bill Allowing In-State Tuition And Financial Aid For Undocumented Students In ...
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A measure in New Jersey that would allow not only in-state tuition college rates for undocumented students, but also access to financial aid, is one step closer to making its way to the desk of Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican who may run for ...
In N.J. bill, tuition break for some undocumented
NJ Senate approves bill granting in-state tuition to undocumented immigrants
New Jersey Considers In-State Tuition for Undocumented Immigrants
Analysis: Christie-Legislature showdown looming over college tuition bill
Governor Christie says he won't sign a bill that would give in-state tuition rates and state financial aid to some college students living in the country without legal permission. But lawmakers say they still plan to send the bill to the governor's ...
Why Christie should endorse tuition equity: Column
Christie, Legislature At Odds Over In-State College Tuition For Children Of ...
Christie Is Said to Waffle on In-State Tuition for People Living in US Illegally
NJ bill to offer in-state tuition, financial aid to immigrants in the country ...
N.J. bill to offer in-state tuition, financial aid to immigrants in the country illegally gains momentum ... immigrants who attended high school in New Jersey for three or more years, graduated, and filed an affidavit saying they plan to legalize their ...
Milly Silva: NJ should allow undocumented students to pay in-state tuition ...
Tuition Equality Legislation Moves to the Full State Senate
NJ tuition equality measure likely to include financial aid
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- Could LinkedIn give students an 'in' with college admissions? - CNET
- Tue, 03 Dec 2013 16:53:04 GMT - Could LinkedIn give students an 'in' with college admissions?
Starting this college admissions season, teens can use the professional networking site LinkedIn in two ways: to research universities and to create profiles highlighting accomplishments that would otherwise be hard to include in a traditional application.
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- Should a Student Conceal Her Lesbian Identity in College Application Essays? - New York Times
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New York TimesShould a Student Conceal Her Lesbian Identity in College Application Essays?
New York Times
On a more practical level, however, whatever your daughter says in her essay it's not difficult for an admissions officer to learn about her sexuality. According to a 2013 Kaplan Test Prep survey, 31 percent of college admissions officers said they had ...
- College admission offers may get easier to obtain - Los Angeles Times
- Tue, 26 Nov 2013 22:01:19 GMT - College admission offers may get easier to obtain
Los Angeles Times
After a long stretch of rising competition in college admissions, the numbers this year may be on the side of students like Davone Morales, an Eagle Rock High School senior. He and his classmates nationwide are lucky to be part of the smallest group in ...
Fayetteville, region guidance and college admission counselors offer advice to ...
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