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On The Campaign Trail: John McCain on Higher Education

Republic Nominee John McCain

ARCHIVE STORY – June 30, 2008 by Mara Strom Last week, we spotlighted the views of Barack Obama, the (presumed) Democratic nominee, on higher education and financial aid. I promised you then that I wasn’t being partisan — and that we’d look this week at what the Republican nominee John McCain has to say about […]

On The Campaign Trail: Barack Obama on Financial Aid

Barack Obama at UNLV

June 23, 2008 by Mara Strom A few weeks ago, I mentioned the brouhaha that was brewing between Barack Obama and John McCain over the Democrats’ proposal to fully fund scholarships for 3-year veterans. Well, that’s not the only financial aid issue making its way onto the ’08 campaign trail with the presumed Presidential candidates. […]

FAFSA Filing Deadline June 30

June 16, 2008 by Mara Strom If you need financial aid for the 2008-2009 school year, then heads up: You’ve got two weeks from today to complete your FAFSA. FAFSA stands for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and it tells you and your school how much — and what kind of — federal […]

College Financial Aid Resources

Student Financial Aid Resources and the Internet – A few caveats about internet use can reduce your risk of falling victim to identity theft or scholarship fraud. What every student should know. There are a plethora of internet sites touting their financial aid prowess. As in all things related to internet usage, seeking financial aid […]

Budget Reconciliation Act of 2005 Rattles Financial Aid

ARCHIVE NEWS: It was bad news for the financial aid world when the Senate approved the Budget Reconciliation Act of 2005, S. Bill 1932. In a nutshell this legislation cut over $41 billion dollars of federal financial aid over a five year period. If you are currently seeking financial aid you must know that the […]