Joshua Ceballos/Investigative Editor Update 1/23/20: The glitch that caused 12,500 students to incorrectly get a text saying they owed money towards their tuition was caused…
Damielys Duarte/Contributing Writer It’s that time of year again: tuition deadline. And for students depending on financial aid, this might be the second most stressful…
Eduardo Alvarez/Contributing Writer Paying for school, although still a hefty challenge, has become easier in the past few years. Unfortunately, many incoming freshmen are ill-informed…
If Governor Rick Scott signs the bill allowing summer funding for Bright Futures, eligible students will be able to use the awarded amount for summer classes. But until then, students like Gonzalez are struggling to make ends meet.
The Student Veterans of America chapter at the University has a mission statement to provide a resource for all active duty service members, National Guard, dependents, etc.
“We all need to go to school and sometimes loans may be the last resource for some people who do not have the means to pay for college,” Nenchyna Valme, a Sophomore majoring in Nursing said.
Studying for her doctorate’s degree, Sharlia Gulley says the hardest part of having student loans is knowing she’ll never be able to pay it off — and she believes the University is partially to blame.
“Students who went to for-profit schools or community colleges tended to borrow less, but they also tended to come from lower-income families, were less likely to complete their programs and fared much worse in the job market during the Great Recession and the ensuing slow recovery.”
President Obama’s last State of the Union address Tuesday evening touched on many subjects, ranging from healthcare, to immigration, and even the military. Yet, when he spoke about the issues of education in America and what changes he had planned for the remainder of his term, he captured my full attention.
Student government leaders from every public university in Florida will meet later this month in Tallahassee to review state policies that many say limit the access of post-secondary education.