[18 Apr 2012 | One Comment | 418 views]
Bill to Limit How Much For-Profit Colleges Spend on Marketing from Federal Financial Aid

The federal government is attempting to restrict how for-profit colleges are spending money they’re getting from federal financial aid, including student loans. U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan announced today that she will be introducing a bill in Washington that would put significant restrictions on how they can spend money that comes to them through the Department of Education financial aid programs.

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[18 Apr 2012 | One Comment | 418 views]
Bill to Limit How Much For-Profit Colleges Spend on Marketing from Federal Financial Aid

The federal government is attempting to restrict how for-profit colleges are spending money they’re getting from federal financial aid, including student loans. U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan announced today that she will be introducing a bill in Washington that would put significant restrictions on how they can spend money that comes to them through the Department of Education financial aid programs.

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[13 Dec 2011 | No Comment | 215 views]
The December Financial Aid Newsletter is Out!

You don’t need to stress out about spring semester. In this issue of the Financial Aid Newsletter, we’ll give you the resources you need to start off 2012 right. Read the December Newsletter: $10,000 Drawing and Preparing your FAFSA at FinancialAidNews.com!

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[18 Oct 2011 | No Comment | 162 views]
Fall’s In The Air – Time to Enroll in An Online Degree Program?

For many, the fall is a transitional time- September goes by too quickly and with October, the Autumn weather sets in fast, reminding us winter is around the corner and summer is officially over. While as an adult we don’t follow a traditional school calendar, I still find that this is a time where I slow down, and start making a plan for the year to come. I am taking this time to remind you of the benefits of online learning, because maybe enrolling in an online degree program should be part of your plan this year.

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[27 Sep 2011 | One Comment | 402 views]
Online Education and Cheating

A few years back we wrote the post Online Education, A Cheaters Paradise? where we examined what it meant to “earn a degree” despite the fact that many undergrads admit to cheating on online-based tests. New technologies, according to a recent USNEWS article may limit student’s online cheating.

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[13 Sep 2011 | One Comment | 435 views]
What Does An Online PhD Graduate Look Like?

PhD graduate of Capella University, an accredited online university, appointed Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Buffalo Division
Christopher M. Piehota received a PhD in Education from the online university

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[9 Sep 2011 | One Comment | 105 views]

In this month’s issue, the featured article is the upcoming $10,000 Scholarship drawing from ScholarshipPoints.com.

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[24 Aug 2011 | 11 Comments | 227 views]

A while back we posed the question in this blog – “Should government funding be available to for-profit colleges?” and we got some great feedback!

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[19 Aug 2011 | 3 Comments | 389 views]
Scholarships for Online Schools

Paying for school is not easy task. Whether you attend an online school or traditional university, funding your education can be tough. While there seems to be a plethora of scholarships for traditional students, what about the non-traditional ones? Luckily, many online colleges offer their own scholarships. Plus, there are even outside scholarships for online students, you just have to do a little research.

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[9 Aug 2011 | 10 Comments | 1,139 views]
Helpful Online Tools for College students

There may be points in your academic career where you need to share large files or access documents on the go. This is where file-sharing and storage applications come in. While online classes do have spaces to upload files, sometimes you need a little extra space. Here are a few noteworthy sites and applications to help students manage their files.

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[28 Jul 2011 | No Comment | 240 views]
This Saturday, 62 Online Law School Students Graduate in L.A.

This Saturday July 30, 2011, in sunny Los Angelos, sixty-two students will graduate from the nation’s leading fully online law school. Thirty-one professionals will proudly get their Juris Doctor degree, and thirty-one will earn their Executive Juris Doctor degree. Concord Law School of Kaplan University will proudly honor the class made up of doctors, engineers and business professionals at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.

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