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It’s Official! Paul Quinn Is The First HBCU Work College

After a two-year application process, Paul Quinn College has become the first HBCU to meet the Department of Education’s standards for the “work college” designation. As of Monday morning, Paul Quinn now joins seven other institutions trailblazing this new method for potentially reducing … Read More…

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Funding your HBCU College Experience

Most HBCU students and parents continue to worry about about funding the HBCU college experience. In addition to completing the FAFSA this year, students should consider exploring the following: – Scholarships. Do not just rely on your school for scholarship information since there … Read More…

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List of HBCU Programs for Nontraditional Students

Did you know that even though the national unemployment rate is over 9%, the unemployment rate among college educated workers is still below 6%? Going back to school is a real option for you if you have lost your job and thinking of … Read More…

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Funding College When Banks End Student Loans

The credit crunch in the U.S. has forced many banks to curtail or discontinue their tuition loan businesses. In the past 12 months, 33 banks and lenders have permanently or temporarily closed their student loan businesses. Additionally, more than 100 lenders have cut … Read More…

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