Vulgar emails about women’s body parts have scandalized the Miss America pageant (I mean, scholarship competition).
paying for college
The new tax law passed, and most Americans can be expected to get a few more dollars every paycheck. What will it cost us?
The provision in the tax reform act that makes graduate tuition waivers taxable might go away, thanks to 31 Republican reps.
A tax on graduate school tuition waivers as regular income is unfair & catastrophic. Students in the US take to the streets.
What will the eventual tax reform legislation Congress finally passes contain? Not sure yet, but a few parts of it have us concerned.
Overriding a veto, the IL General Assembly moved to protect the rights of students who borrow money for college.
Student loans from fraudulent for-profit colleges, completely forgiven during the Obama years, might be only partially canceled now.
Do you know how college loans work or, more importantly, how you’ll pay them back after you graduate? It’s basic financial literacy.
The federal gov’t appears to be removing some of the protections students have against predatory lending by for-profit colleges.
Students who get scholarships that they have worked hard to achieve face the very real possibility that the financial aid they receive will be cut.