Financial Aid News Roundup

STAFF: Low costs, high financial aid will improve UNL’s ‘best value’ rating
Daily Nebraskan
Once again, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has found itself a Princeton Review “best value” college. The list of schools was determined by academics, cost and financial aid. The Daily Nebraskan commends UNL for excelling in these areas. With
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Financial Aid Awareness Week begins today
MU The Parthenon
Financial Aid Awareness Week starts today and will help Marshall University students who seek financial aid for the 2013-2014 school year. Jean Bevans, assistant director of student financial assistance, said the Free Application for Federal Student
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Students get help with financial aid application
Families in our area are working together to fight the rising cost of college tuition by filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Some people say it’s not that simple to do on your own. “It’s really hard to understand sometimes, and
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Financial aid changes add to SCSU woes
The Times and Democrat
Three major changes in Federal Financial Aid negatively impacted 2012-13 enrollment at S.C. State. Officials at the university are not alone in the world of higher education in complaining that the U.S. Department of Education failed to provide
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MCC to host financial aid workshop
Northwest Herald
CRYSTAL LAKE – Prospective and current college students can prepare to apply for college financial aid by attending a hands-on workshop to complete the federal financial aid form online. The workshop will run from 5 to 8 p.m. Feb.
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