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How to Apply for Financial Aid, Grants, Loans and Scholarships: Start with the FAFSA

Billions of dollars in grants, loans, and scholarships are available every year at the federal, state and local levels for new and returning college students. To be considered for any type of educational funding the place to begin is online here at the U.S. Department of Education to file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as the FAFSA.

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Top Paying College Degree Majors

Are you a Bachelor degree student wanting to be recruited for a great paying job after graduation? According to a report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers, students with a bachelors degree in one of seven disciplines of Technology and Engineering can expect to be in high demand, and will earn the highest salaries upon graduation. The college degree pay ranking shows the 2013 top eight highest paying degrees are...Continued

Quote of the Day

  • "God must have loved ordinary people, because he made so many of us...but everyday ordinary people do extraordinary things."

    Jim Vavano
    College Basketball Coach

Word of the Day

  • garrulous

    garrulous ("GAR-uh-les" also "GAR-yeh-les") adj. origin: from Latin "garrulus", from "garrire", meaning "to chatter". 1. Given to prosy, rambling, or tedious loquacity; pointlessly or annoyingly talkative "When the Whitewater matter became an issue in the 1992 Presidential race, Clinton campaign aides urged the garrulous Mr. [James] McDougal not to talk to reporters. Still it is far from clear that he has anything damaging to say about the Clintons or that he More

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