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Financial Aid for Undocumented Students Is Losing Its Stigma
New York Times
To make higher education affordable to undocumented students, colleges must often provide substantial assistance, because the deferred-action program does not make these students eligible for federal tuition aid, like Pell grants, a crucial resource ...
The Daily Pennsylvanian
Penn Announces 2015-16 Financial-aid Budget, Tuition
Penn: Office of University Communications
The University of Pennsylvania announced today that it has authorized a $206 million financial-aid budget for 2015-16 â€” the largest in the University's history â€” while increasing total undergraduate charges by 3.9 percent. This represents the seventh ...
Undergraduate cost of attendance jumps by 3.9 percent for sixth consecutive year
Harper College Increasing Tuition
Journal & Topics Newspapers Online
Last year, about 5,300 Harper students received federal and state financial aid totaling $24.1 million. The Harper College Educational Foundation, the fundraising arm of the college, also distributed about $444,000 in scholarships, grants and awards.
Franklin College Announces Tuition Increase
Tuition will see a 3 percent increase next year
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- For Asian-Americans, a changing landscape on college admissions - STLtoday.com
- Sat, 28 Feb 2015 01:05:10 GMT - For Asian-Americans, a changing landscape on college admissions
LOS ANGELES â€¢ In a windowless classroom at a tutoring center Arcadia, Calif., parents crammed into child-sized desks search through their pockets and purses for pens as Ann Lee launches a PowerPoint presentation. Her primer on college admissions ...
Why Do Democrats Hate Asian-Americans? Because They're Smart and ...
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- Class rank is low on list of college admissions factors - The Daily Pennsylvanian
- Wed, 25 Feb 2015 06:37:38 GMT -
The Daily PennsylvanianClass rank is low on list of college admissions factors
The Daily Pennsylvanian
In recent years, the importance of class rank as a factor in admissions decisions has steadily declined, a phenomenon with meaningful implications for overstressed high school students. â€œWe've noticed a pretty precipitous decline in the level of ...
- College admissions shouldn't be 'us vs. them' - Los Angeles Times
- Wed, 25 Feb 2015 00:39:32 GMT -
Los Angeles TimesCollege admissions shouldn't be 'us vs. them'
Los Angeles Times
To the editor: As someone who previously worked in admissions at UC Berkeley, I can wholeheartedly affirm that the University of California system does not advantage or disadvantage certain applicants based on their race. Such practices across all ...
Asians Need Not Apply at Top Colleges
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