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State Grants for Florida Students

Florida has quite a few grants, programs, and scholarships to help students afford college in the state! We’ve listed a few of these below! Florida College Grants 1. Bright Futures Scholarship The most well-known scholarship program in Florida is the Bright Futures Scholarship which can cover up to 100% of tuition cost and is renewable …
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Alternative College Funding: Better Ways to Pay for College

Funding a college education can be challenging. The majority of college students graduate with thousands of dollars in student loan debt. While student loans are easily available from the federal government and private lenders, they come at a high price. Student loan borrowers spend the next twenty or even thirty years repaying their student loans. …
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State Grants for Connecticut Students

Connecticut has two different, but similar, programs to help students afford college, in addition to offering loans and veterans benefits. Here’s what you need to know about them and how you can find additional information in the state. Connecticut College Grants 1. Roberta B. Willis Need-Merit Scholarship Program  For students who are graduating high school …
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State Grants for Colorado Students

Colorado has a few different state grants, scholarships, and financial aid programs that can help students make college more affordable, including the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI). Find them listed below. Colorado College Grants 1. Matching Student Scholarship Grants COSI was introduced in 2015 with the idea of helping Colorado students with the cost of …
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State Grants for California Students

California has several college grants and financial aid programs for its students and parents. Here’s a list of some of them to get you started. California College Grants Cal Grant These California grants (which do not have to be repaid) are for students who are going after an undergraduate degree, attending a vocational school or …
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Q&A Interview with Scholarship Winner Christine Yuan

Congratulations are in order for College Raptor’s most recent $1,000 scholarship winner, Christine Yuan! We had a chance to interview her about her college planning experience. Here’s what she had to say. Tell us a little bit about yourself.  I will be a college freshman in the fall. I am spending this summer working. I …
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Top Companies That Offer Tuition Reimbursement

Tuition reimbursement is one of those little-known perks that many companies offer their employees. Companies that offer tuition reimbursement generally agree to pay eligible employees a set amount or a percentage of their college costs. This is great news for students who are struggling to get out from under their student loan debt. There’s no …
It's a myth that only top athletes and 4.0 students get scholarships
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Highest NIL Earners: Students with Successful Deals

With college athletes finally having a say over their name, image, likeness (NIL) and being able to earn money, there have already been a number of huge deals. Here are just some of the highest NIL earners – students who are profiting off their skills and name, plus some tips for profiting yourself. Highest NIL …
flexible jobs for college students.
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9 Flexible Jobs for College Students

Making money in college is a must for many students – it’s necessary to afford tuition, fees, food, books, and every other cost that comes with higher education. And even if your tuition is already covered, a job during school could help you save up for fun, or for the future. However, finding jobs with …