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This Just In…Tuition is a Nightmare

Okay so the rumors are true, tuition costs are … not going down. Tuition for both public and private universities have gone up anywhere from 3-8 percent and that’s just the start. Universities are citing a plethora of reasons which can include anything from facility updates to an increase in gas prices. Does anyone else […]

The Race that is Driving Tuition Increase

The sticker price of tuition is increasingly a scary prospect. How on earth do these schools expect people to pay more than the average median income of a U.S. family? And more importantly why must they charge these prices? There really is no simple answer to those questions. The main thing to remember is not […]

Top 7 Financial Aid Mistakes Students Make

Wear your college cap -- nor your dunce cap.  Avoid financial aid blunders!

Most of the time I come here and talk about what you should do to get financial aid…Gentle reminders about filing before the FAFSA deadline, applying for as many scholarships as you can, and picking the right student loan to cover the gap. Well, today, I’m going to be a little more ruthless. I’m going […]

University of Alaska Tuition Break 2006

March 18, 2006 The University of Alaska is offering tuition breaks for out-of-state students for their 2006 Summer Session. The term last from May-August and offers more than 300 classes. Discount’s are in the range of $1,200! The other bonus is that classes are held in areas off the beaten path such as the Katmai […]