• Private Colleges in North Carolina Strive to be Affordable December 12, 2012 Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina will cut tuition in an attempt to make college more accessible to a wider range of students, reports the Charlotte New...

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  • Defense Dept. Releases Updated MOU for TA Program December 06, 2012 The Department of Defense released its updated version of the Memorandum of Understanding for participation in the Tuition Assistance Program (http://dodmou.com/). As ...

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  • Dept. of Veterans Affairs Trademarks 'GI Bill' December 06, 2012 On Monday, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) officials announced that the agency secured a registered trademark for the term 'GI Bill' as part of a...

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  • House Bill Would Overhaul Student Loan Debt Collection December 06, 2012 Representative Thomas Petri (R-WI) plans to introduce a bill this week that would overhaul debt collection in the $100 billion-a-year U.S. student loan program, r...

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  • Southern Utah University is under scrutiny for its fast-track program that allows international students to enroll as undergraduates without completing its unaccredited English as a Second Language (ESL) program or passing a proficiency ...

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  • U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Enrolls More Out-of-State Students December 05, 2012 This fall, 25 percent of students in the freshman class at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are nonresidents, reports the Chicago Tri...

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  • UC Davis Enrolls Record Number of Students

    Posted on December 5 2012

    UC Davis Enrolls Record Number of Students December 05, 2012 The University of California at Davis enrolled a record number of new undergraduates this fall, reports the Sacramento Bee. A total of 33,300 students enrolled this fall at ...

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  • Michigan Institutions Establish Reverse Transfer Agreement December 05, 2012 A new agreement between Washtenaw Community College and the University of Michigan will allow students to transfer U-M credits back to WCC for the purpose of ...

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  • Wilson College Postpones Vote to Go Coed

    Posted on December 5 2012

    Wilson College Postpones Vote to Go Coed December 05, 2012 Wilson College trustees postponed a decision on whether to convert the school to a fully coeducational institution, reports the Associated Press.   The liberal arts colle...

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  • Education Dept. Releases High School Graduation Rates by State December 03, 2012 Last week, the U.S. Department of Education released a first-ever list detailing state-by-state four-year high school graduation rates. The data reflects...

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