november 2006 Contents
In a move designed to highlight the importance of student imput on public policy regarding higher education, Tamaria Green, a junior at The College of New Jersey has been selected as a member of the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority's Student Advisory Committee.
There may be a private scholarship especially designed just for you! With such a large variety of scholarship engines out there, we've taken some of the guess work out by researching some of the most popular sites. In many cases just a few minutes of your time can yield hundreds or even thousands of dollars in scholarship money for your education!
Each semester various tasks need to be completed by each student to ensure their schedule and room assignment stay intact. Check out this article to get a list of key activities.
It's not too early to start thinking about the 2007-08 academic year. Each year finding ways to pay for your education can be a difficult task. Take some of the stress out of the process by preparing for the upcoming year now. Mark your calendars!
Have you heard of the Academic Competitiveness Grant and the SMART grant? Check out this article to see if you may qualify.
If your tuition is being paid by your employer or another tuition reimbursement/waiver program there is important information that you need to know.
Federal laws governing loan consolidation are changing. Check out this article for the most up-to-date information on how and when you can consolidate your loans.
Have you signed up for the TuitionPay (AMS) payment plan? Did you end up paying money directly to TCNJ anyway? Or, have you noticed a credit balance on your student's account? Now is the time to make changes.
Have you needed to provide enrollment confirmation to a lender or insurance company? Do you need to know how much money you have borrowed so far for college? If the answer is yes to either of these questions, then NSLDS is important to you.