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New federal measures to halt deportation of many illegal immigrants will spotlight a question of growing urgency for colleges: How should they handle applications from undocumented students for admissions and financial aid? The issue emerged in ...
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The financial-aid calculators maintained by colleges are a case study in both flawed bureaucracy and flawed customer service. As part of a 2008 higher-education law, Congress required colleges to build the calculators â€” online tools to let families ...
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How To Avoid The Disappearing College Financial Aid Trap
The fact that this is a growing problem is supported by data from the National Association of College and University Business Officers' own Tuition Discounting Study showing that over the past decade aid for freshmen has increased more, as a percentage ...
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CLEVELAND, Ohio - Many college admissions officers check the social media accounts of applicants, and students say they expect the scrutiny and use those accounts to promote themselves, according to Kaplan Test Prep, a company that provides ...
College Admissions Officers Increasingly Check Out Students' Online Profiles
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- Counselor and Teacher Relationships: Thinking Ahead to College Admissions - Huffington Post
- Mon, 24 Nov 2014 17:06:23 GMT - Counselor and Teacher Relationships: Thinking Ahead to College Admissions
From freshman through senior year of high school, aside from family members and friends, there is no one with whom you spend more time than teachers. While some large state universities don't require any teacher recommendations as part of the college ...
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- Mon, 10 Nov 2014 20:40:24 GMT - 4 Ways To Deal With College Admissions Competition
Instead of being put under some evil spell or going through some serious personality changes, your friends are probably just feeling the effects of the college admissions season, so don't stress too much â€“ it's probably only temporary. With everyone ...
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