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Government shutdown poses financial aid hurdles for some college students

The spring 2019 semester will soon begin for college students, who are faced with a unique set of questions regarding their semester term bill amid the country’s longest federal government shutdown in ... read more

Ongoing government shutdown poses challenges for college students

TIM: THE SHUTDOWN HAS ALSO CREATED SOME HURDLES ... FOR College campuses are the latest places to feel the effects of the partial shutdown of the federal government. Current and future students are hi... read more

Letters: Other views on diversity, border wall, water

A significant part of our investment in diversity consists of increased funding for need-based financial aid that keeps a UM education affordable for students from families all across the state. Given ... read more

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Student Aid Tool Held Key for Tax Fraudsters

Citing concerns over criminal activity and fraud, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has disabled an automated tool on its Web site that was used to help students and their families apply for fed... read more

Hackers Steal $30M from IRS via Student Loan Tool

Hackers managed to breach the IRS's Data Retrieval Tool, which is used by parents to transfer financial information for their kids using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The system has be... read more

The Innovation Solution

In 1944, Congress passed the GI Bill, which gave financial aid ... body shut down a college that his company had founded in partnership with Tiffin. When Congress updated the GI Bill to cover veterans ... read more

FAFSA Data Breach Hearing Produces Drama on Hill

The subsequent shutdown of the DRT has made it more difficult for students — particularly low-income students — to apply for federal financial aid, college access advocates ... that enables identity t... read more

Teachers elected amid wave of activism turn to governing

For Democrats who won in the red states where the walkouts took root, there is also the dawning reality that being in the political minority may pose hurdles ... students had a voice in government ... read more

California Politicians Want to Create a Government-Owned Marijuana Bank

That guidance had offered some measure of predictability for the industry by opening up at least some access to the financial sector ... with a local California bank would be shut down. "With the fede... read more

NJ Politics Digest: Politicians Clash as Shutdown Looms

The money will be used to increase pension payments and school aid, assist NJ Transit, and implement new programs, such as state-provided pre-kindergarten services and free community college to low-in... read more

The Trump administration hid a report about campus financial products. Here’s why it matters.

In 2015, after reports revealed that providers and schools were telling students to sign up for college card accounts to receive federal financial aid and that aid ... it was ultimately shut down, she ... read more

Illinois Now Alone in Having No Budget: Nonprofits Struggle with State’s Frozen State

While this is direct aid given to students to be applied against their tuition, schools recognize that replacing these funds is beyond the financial ability of many of their students and have taken on ... read more

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