Education startup OnlineDegree.com makes the first year of college tuition-free [Vedder]

Education startup OnlineDegree.com makes the first year of college tuition-free — from forbes.com by Richard Vedder Excerpt: If you were told that an educational institution existed […]

Class of 2018 Senior Survival Guide

Earlier this year, our FLVS Full Time Senior Class officers presented a “Senior Survival Guide” to the current juniors. Their presentation was fantastic and full […]

DC: What can higher ed learn from this? “Big corporations — giant retailers & health insurance companies — are teaming up to become your doctor.”

From DSC: What can higher ed learn from this? Eventually, people will seek alternatives if what’s being offered isn’t acceptable to them anymore.   The […]

Especially meant for students: “Financial aid for online college students” plus a “Financial Aid and FAFSA guide”

From DSC: The information below is from Phil Adams, Resource Coordinator for the Center for School, College, and Career Resources: I’m working on a campaign […]

2 reasons why blockchain tech has big, tangible implications for higher ed [Morshed]

2 reasons why blockchain tech has big, tangible implications for higher ed — from ecampusnews.com by Jami Morshed While many may not be using bitcoin […]

5 Ways Your FLVS School Counselor Can Help You!

FLVS Flex School Counselors are the direct line to our homeschool families in regards to academic advising, college and career planning, SAT/ACT information, scholarships, and […]

Income Share Agreements (ISA’s) don’t incentivize institutions to reduce the costs of obtaining a college degree [Christian]

From DSC: The article below caused me to reflect on the idea of using Income Share Agreements (ISAs) as a way for students to get […]

Google and Udacity offer scholarships for 75,000 aspiring developers [thenextweb.com]

Google and Udacity offer scholarships for 75,000 aspiring developers — from thenextweb.com Excerpt: Google has announced its plans to extend its partnership with Udacity to […]

U.S. Dept of Education Launches Initiative for Low-Income Students to Access New Generation Of Higher Education Providers

FACT SHEET: ED Launches Initiative for Low-Income Students to Access New Generation Of Higher Education Providers — from ed.gov Excerpt: [On 8/16/16], the U.S. Department […]

Three Ways that Financial Aid Can Improve Student Retention

Around this time of year, incoming college freshman are completing their back-to-school shopping and planning their first semesters away from home. Research by ThirdWay suggests […]

Money Talk: Financial Aid Options for Single Mothers

Graduating from college is one of the greatest gifts a single mother can give her children. College degrees significantly broaden the scope of career opportunities […]

Further changes in the higher ed landscape: “Feds propose decertifying accreditor of for-profit colleges”

Feds propose decertifying accreditor of for-profit colleges — from wsj.com by Douglas Belkin Excerpt: The Education Department on Wednesday recommended that the organization that accredits […]

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