Calbright College Board of Trustees Meeting | January 2021

Source: California Community Colleges

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    Source: Haverford College […]
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  • CFI Arts Lecture – Bruce Herman Feb 11, 2021
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  • De Anza College 2020 Commencement: Ro Khanna
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    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
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  • Register now for Winter 2021 classes at Everett Community College
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    Every year, high school grads walk away from billions — as much as $2.7 billion in 2015 — in free federal grant money that could help pay for college, according to NerdWallet. Why? Because they don’t fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, aka the FAFSA®. With nearly 130 questions […]
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  • CCC Board Of Governors Meeting | November 2020 Part A
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  • It’s Totally Okay if You Never Pay Off Your Loans
    I recorded this after talking with a client who was embarrassed and in tears because she’s 50 and owes over $200 thousand in student loans. I had to stop during out talk and let her know she’s not a failure because she has student loan debt. That it’s totally okay if she never […]
  • Scholarships at Ursinus
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  • Sharon Ketcham 10/26/2020
    Sharon Ketcham Professor of Theology and Christian Ministries – Disrupt Sanctimony, Luke 18: 9-18 – Gordon College – Monday, October 26, 2020 Source: Gordon College […]
  • James House Tour
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    Back again with this week’s 3 Minute Mondays. The questions this week are: 01:08 Q1: What happens to your student loans when you die? 02:05 Q2: Can student loans garnish your Social Security monthly benefits payment? 03:54 Q3: Can I go back to college if I owe student loans? ### Schedule a […]
  • Not Sure How Much to Borrow? Check These Tips | College Covered
    Not sure how much money to borrow for college? You’re not alone. There are a lot of misconceptions about when you should start thinking about your student loan balance, when you have to pay it back and how it can impact your credit score. These tips will help you make an informed decision, and […]
  • Bankruptcy & Student Loans: Breaking Down the Process
    You can file bankruptcy on your student loans. It’s just hard to do. Plus it takes an extra step. First, you file bankruptcy. Either a chapter 7 or chapter 13 will do. Next, you have to file an adversary proceeding. The adversary proceeding is a lawsuit where you argue to the court that you […]
  • College Fit: 5 Questions for Parents to Ask About Financial Aid
    Parents, here are 5 questions you should ask about finances when considering how to choose a college for your student-athlete. How much are you willing to pay for college and how much responsibility will fall on your student? 1. Does your student qualify for scholarships or other financial aid? 2. […]
  • Learning During COVID-19 and the Power of Giving
    Ian Johnson ’21, majoring in biology with a minor in marine science, shares with us what it has been like as a student this past semester. To all of our Ursinus students, we are so proud of you and how you’ve defended our den.  As we prepare to take on the spring semester, please consider a gift in […]
  • STEM Talk: Air Pollution Around the World
    Learn more about STEM at CCC: https://www.clackamas.edu/academics/academic-support/stem-center Source: Clackamas Community College […]
  • Ascent: Who are we & what do we do?
    Ascent Student Loans is an award-winning private student loan company offering more ways for students to pay for college with or without a cosigner. To learn more about Ascent’s products and benefits, visit www.AscentStudentLoans.com Source: Ascent Student Loans […]
  • 1040Now Review | Misses The Mark in 2021
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    Student dining often gets a bad rap. Between the hefty cafeteria fare and the limited cooking options (microwave pizza again?), it can be hard work dodging the dreaded freshman 15. We’ve got you covered with Kitchen Covered: your quick fix to creating fresh, home cooked meals — all from the comfort […]
  • Alumni Talks: Legal Professions
    Source: Gordon College […]
  • Outdoor Chapel 2020
    Source: Gordon College […]
  • Feeling Frustrated About Your Student Debt? Here’s the High Cost of Student Loan Complexity
    It’s no secret that student loan debt affects people’s lives — and not in a good way. The ever-increasing student loan debt is a major cause of frustration and stress for many college graduates in America. Why is that? Who benefits from student loan complexity? Join me as I discuss why you need to […]
  • Will President Biden Make College Free?
    Read the full article: https://www.studentloanplanner.com/biden-changes-student-loans/ Source: Student Loan Planner […]
  • Virtual December 2020 Commencement Messages
    Portland Community College celebrates the accomplishments of our 2020 graduates with this virtual Commencement ceremony. Source: Portland Community College […]
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    The Blinn College District is proud to recognize more than 200 graduates during the College’s 143rd commencement ceremony. Congratulations, graduates! Source: Blinn College […]
  • Gloria White-Hammond Feb 08, 2021
    Gloria E. White-Hammond, Co-Pastor, Bethel A.M.E Church, Boston – Living the Faith-Filled Life: Career vs. Calling, Ephesians 4:11-13 – Gordon College Chapel Source: Gordon College […]
  • Ascent: Who are we and what do we do?
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  • Jennifer Brink 10/30/2020
    Jennifer Brink, Director of Advising & First year Experience – Surviving or Thriving: Fostering Academic Wellness – Gordon College – Friday, Oct 23, 2020 Source: Gordon College […]
  • Commencement 2020—Senior Speaker Deja’ Haley ’20
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    How Dr. Owen went from paying around $1800 a month to ZERO dollars a month on his student loans. Source: Student Loan Tutor […]
  • Peruvian Admit: Estefano
    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
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  • Odalis Medellin- Dreamers Scholarship
    Source: Everett Community College […]
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