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According to new study findings released today, African-American students are falling farther and farther behind their peers in graduation rates at state universities in Maryland, even in spite of the universities' best efforts to work against such an outcome.
The state university system reported that 40 percent of black students earn a degree within six… | Read More
New York state is facing a critical shortage of qualified child psychiatrists and mental health care workers.�� The state has children and adolescents who are in need of mental health care, but rural and urban areas are experiencing a shortage of available practitioners.�� To counteract this shortage, the nursing school at the University of Rochester… | Read More
We are all seeing our investments dump during this economic down turn with the plummeting stock market. But how does this affect students and scholarships? Endowed scholarships are dwindling with the market, due to the low returns on invested funds.
At Napa Valley College, investments have dropped 25 percent due to the stock market… | Read More
I've said it before, and I'll probably say it a few more times, but there are many scholarship opportunities available to students today - and even some rather unusual ones. The trick is finding the one that may oddly, suit you to a tee.
Simply having the surname Zolp makes you eligible for tens of… | Read More
To ensure interest in the automotive industry, even when car manufacturers are seeing a decrease in sales, the National Association of Black Automotive Suppliers announced that it will continue to donate to scholarship funds that serve the Detroit communities.
The National Association of Black Automotive Suppliers (NABAS) Scholarship Fund will donate more than $100,000… | Read More
The four-year Bachelor's degree: in the United States, it's among the most time-tested and fundamentally valued of all scholastic institutions. But with the economy being what it is and the rising costs of education, colleges are being forced to think of new ways to keep students from being scared off from the notion of getting… | Read More
Can you imagine that there are scholarship monies available to people who show no interest in it?�� I mean come on - free money and no takers? That is apparently the unfortunate case in St. Joseph Missouri.�� Residents of low income housing are being offered $2000 scholarships to attend college, but over the last 5… | Read More
Ever wonder what you can do to make the world a better place for animals?�� How about considering a career in veterinary medicine or animal health?�� Many schools offer a wide variety of programs to students who want to earn an associates degrees in veterinary technology. To ensure that qualified personnel are available to fill… | Read More
At a time when many scholarship programs are running out of funding, it is nice to hear that some corporations are still maintaining their contributions to scholarship programs.�� Scholarship programs such as the American Indian College fund, United Negro College Fund, and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund rely on contributions to offer scholarships, and the USA… | Read More
More and more parents these days are thinking of going back to school to earn their degrees. We often focus on working moms who want to go back to college, but what about the dads?�� Parents who want to go to school while they are still working will find that it is possible to do… | Read More