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Students studying fields related to medicine or nursing have access to expanded federal loan programs. http://t.co/KTWpTEH75q
Creating a culture that stands against sexual violence is everyone's responsibility. http://t.co/IVduLtB6fK
If you wouldn't be excited to attend your safety b-school, then don't plan on applying. http://t.co/rbZN2gFAIF
Connecticut has the highest percentage of top-ranked, gold medal, high schools in the country. http://t.co/rcYX2ylMRA
Late student loan payments can affect your credit score. http://t.co/01f7kD6dgi
Students counting on merit aid should think carefully before applying early decision. http://t.co/UN2CPwDBlv
Coaches and other adult leaders need to make it clear that hazing in high school is unacceptable, experts say. http://t.co/936XkMyL6U
Use these tips to help you narrow your list of safety schools for your college short list. http://t.co/9LOrvqtITv
More than 20 colleges, mostly for-profit beauty and technical schools, are at risk of losing federal funding. http://t.co/pCzLy6wNgF
Students considering enrolling at for-profit colleges should research debt-to-income ratios before borrowing loans. http://t.co/naZ17o8ssL
Liberal arts students can be practical about their majors by adding a related minor, say experts. http://t.co/SY8GalAcZi
RT @DevonHaynie: Looking for international students all over the world who had to convince their parents to let them earn a degree overseas…
Avoid flattering language and stick to showing MBA admissions committees how you'll benefit their school. http://t.co/cmz5c8MkUN
North Dakota is one of just two states to boost spending per college student since the economy's downturn. http://t.co/gJLer7anhd
Here's why tuition freezes don't work: http://t.co/FQ4aPw64hJ
If you want to get ahead in your career, drop the upspeak, emoticons and, like, filler words. http://t.co/lVFsezGb8k via @USNewsCareers
Choosing the right extracurriculars at the right time is the key to boosting your college applications. http://t.co/FN4GijUEv8
Nearly 40 schools charge applicants $75 or more to apply, according to U.S. News data. http://t.co/W574gXrpUf
Studying at a college outside the U.S. can be great, but make sure you calculate the costs of an overseas degree. http://t.co/2pvEHvnTYv
Do you still have to repay your student loans if you haven't heard from your loan servicer? http://t.co/q3oUU5YUsy

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