Paying For School

Scholarships for architecture majors

Scholarships for Architecture Majors

Architecture Scholarships Getting a degree in architecture can set you up on a nice career path. However, you need to get through school first. Here is a list of scholarships for those who are pursuing a degree in architecture. Diversity Advancement Scholarship Multiple recipients, $20,000 The Details: This scholarship is to help minority students pursue…

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MyCAA Update

There is a New Update to MyCAA

The NDAA 21’ expands the Department of Defense MyCAA scholarship MyCAA has been around since 2010, and there have been several changes along the way. From who can qualify for the program to what you can use MyCAA for. MyCAA, which stands for My Career Advancement Account, is a scholarship that provides military spouses with…

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Scholarships for Biotechnology Majors 

Biotechnology Scholarships If you are majoring in biotechnology or a similar major, you are going to want to find ways to help pay for school. Luckily, there are plenty of scholarships out there. Here is a list of scholarships for biotechnology majors. Priscilla Carney Jones Scholarship Varies, $1,500+ The Details: This scholarship was established by…

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management information systems scholarships

Scholarships for Management Information Systems

Management Information Systems Scholarships Management Information Systems is the study of the relationships between people, technology, and organizations. Here is a list of scholarships for those majoring in Management Information Systems.  VIP Women in Technology Scholarship Multiple recipients, $2,500 The Details: The VIP Women in Technology Scholarship is sponsored by Visionary Integration Professionals, which is…

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biomedical engineering scholarships

Scholarships for Biomedical Engineering Majors

Biomedical Engineering Scholarships Studying biomedical engineering? Looking for some extra money to pay for school? Here is a list of scholarships for those going into the field of biomedical engineering. Fontana Transport Inc. Scholars Program Multiple recipients, $5,000 The Details: This scholarship is for first-generation high school seniors who are underrepresented, need financial assistance, and…

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FAFSA Changes Coming: Good & Bad

Analysis of Changes Coming for FAFSA On July 1, 2023, there will be big changes in the way FAFSA operates. These changes result from the passage of the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) 2021, which was passed in December 2020 to expand provisions of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.  While many policy…

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Army Emergency Relief Scholarship

Army Emergency Relief Scholarship Update

Update on the Army Emergency Relief Scholarship The Army Emergency Relief (AER) program offers an annual scholarship: the MG James Ursano Scholarship Program. This is a need-based scholarship established to assist children of Army Soldiers obtain their first undergraduate degree. Assistance through this scholarship may be available for up to 4 academic years if applicants meet…

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Top Scholarships in the Mid-Atlantic

Top Scholarships in the US Mid-Atlantic Region

College Scholarships for Students Looking to Attend Schools in the Mid-Atlantic The Mid Atlantic is home to world-famous cities and natural wonders that include coastlines, beaches and mountains. It also has many exceptional colleges and universities. If you’re considering colleges in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, or West Virginia, check…

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Navy and Air Force Tuition Assistance

List of Navy & Air Force Tuition Assistance Benefits Changes

Tuition Assistance (TA) is more popular now than ever thanks to COVID, with most service members having a little extra time on their hands to focus on higher education. Because of this increase in use, changes have been made to both Navy and Air Force Tuition Assistance education benefits.

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Air Force Tuition Assistance Cap Cut

Air Force Cuts the Cap on the Air Force Tuition Assistance

Beginning October 1, 2020, the Air Force will cut the cap for their Tuition Assistance (TA) program. The maximum amount of money airmen can receive in the next fiscal year will drop from $4,500 to $3,750, according to an announcement from the Department of the Air Force. These cuts apply to both undergraduate and graduate programs.

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veteran fellowship program

Rhode Island Housing Award Program

Applications will be accepted starting October 1st, 2020 for the inaugural Van Leesten Memorial Awards which awards money for select students in Rhode Island. Scholarships will be available for students pursuing education and training related to the housing industry. Additional consideration is being given to veterans.

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high paying careers for military spouses

MyCAA: Highest Paying Careers Without a 4-Year Degree

Hit the Ground Running on High Paying Careers with MyCAA Not all careers require four-year degrees from expensive colleges. Military spouses who want to hit the ground running in a lucrative career field should take advantage of the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship (MyCAA) program. MyCAA offers up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to military…

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civil engineering scholarships

Civil Engineering Scholarships

If you are majoring in civil engineering or a similar major, you are going to want to find ways to help pay for school. Luckily, there are plenty of scholarships out there. Here is a list of scholarships for civil engineer majors.

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mechanical engineer scholarships

List of Scholarships for Mechanical Engineering Majors

Scholarships for Mechanical Engineer Majors If you are majoring in mechanical engineering or a similar major, you are going to want to find ways to help pay for school. Luckily, there are plenty of scholarships out there. Here is a list of scholarships for mechanical engineer majors. $2,000 PixelPlex Bi-annual STEM Scholarship One recipient, $2,000…

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college prep for military high schoolers

College and Career Prep Programs for Military Connected High Schoolers

College and Career Prep Programs for Military Connected High Schoolers The whirlwinds of military life and PCSs can make time seem to move in fast forward. This can feel especially true for active duty families with dependents on their way to high school or college. Understanding the resources available can help with making decisions as…

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Scholarships for Female Service Members and Veterans

Top 7 Scholarships for Female Service Members & Veterans

7 Scholarships for Female Service Members and Veterans Are you are an active duty, reserve or veteran woman considering college? Whether you use the GI Bill or not, these scholarships can help ease money pressures you may encounter on the way to your degree or certificate. Dr. Nancy M. Schonher Scholarship Sponsored by the Marines’…

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in-state tuition benefits veterans

States Offering In-State Tuition For Veterans After 3 Years From Discharge

Find states that offer in-state tuition for non-resident veterans beyond the 3-year discharge cap. The Choice Act requires states to offer in-state tuition to non-resident veterans for 3-years after leaving the military. However, 27 states have passed laws that make veteran students eligible for in-state tuition beyond the Choice Act’s limit. With this change there is now a confusing and inconsistent patchwork of laws across the country.

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