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10 Craziest College Scholarships

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Since college tuition isn’t getting any cheaper, many students are looking for better alternatives. Of course, there are college grants that can alleviate financial burden and online schools that are cheaper, easier and more flexible for distance learning. There are also inexpensive schools that are better options for those who don’t have the money, but […]

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850 Students Receive Study Abroad Scholarship

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According to NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the number of students going abroad to study for credit increases every year. From 289,408 in 2013 to 304,467 in the next academic year, there is a rise in students spending a year months to a year in another country as part of their college program. For many, […]

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RIT’s New Scholarship for Deaf Students

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Rochester Institute of Technology’s NTID (National Technical Institute for the Deaf) has just recently announced that they will be offering a scholarship for the deaf and hard-of-hearing students. The Michael E. Lawson Endowed Scholarship, for the 2016 – 2017 academic year will be offered to students with hearing problems and afflictions, primarily those in the […]

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Top 10 University Scholarships for International Students

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Many students study abroad, and as there are many acclaimed colleges and universities in the United States of America, scholarships for foreign students around the world have been popping up. Top Scholarships for International Students Fulbright Foreign Student Program This Fulbright Program is for foreign students wanting to take a master’s or doctor’s degree in […]

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National University Collaborates with Teach for America Train Teachers Leaders in San Diego

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Teach for America, a nonprofit organization, collaborated with San Diego-based National University to train teachers who will be a wholehearted dedicated to work at least two years in schools in local low-income communities. National University – San Diego, California’s nonprofit institution of higher education, will train 25 students each year in the Teach for America […]

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