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FinAid | Other Types of Aid | College Partnerships and ...
Some four-year colleges have such well-defined articulation agreements that the community colleges act as feeder schools for the four-year colleges, with a large percentage of transfer students coming from those schools.
There is pending legislation in the US Senate, S1677 Community College Partnership Act of 2003, which is intended to encourage such partnerships between community colleges and...
FinAid | Answering Your Questions | Colleges with Free Tuition
More than a dozen colleges offer free tuition to all students. The colleges don't charge any tuition, but most do charge for room and board and there are other incidental expenses (e.g., books, supplies and equipment, transportation, health insurance, personal expenses), so loans are still required, just not as frequently or as much. Many of these colleges require all students to work. Several...
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FinAid | Military Aid | US Armed Forces Recruiting Programs
The Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) provides up to 36 months of education benefits to eligible veterans for college, business, technical or vocational courses, correspondence courses, apprenticeship/job training and flight training. MGIB benefits may be used while on active duty or after a fully honorable discharge from active duty.
The Montgomery GI Bill benefit amounts are adjusted each...
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FinAid | In-State Tuition and State Residency Requirements
State residents often qualify for lower in-state tuition rates and state education grants. Most states have established residency requirements designed to prevent out-of-state students who become residents incidental to their education from qualifying.
These residency requirements are often encoded in state statute, and vary significantly from state to state. But generally, a dependent student...