Well-prepared high school students know that there are many scholarship options available to fund a college education. Paying for college is not an easy feat, and is accomplished by exploring all of the resources available, such as scholarships, grants, tax credits, and student loans. The best strategies are to apply early for the best financial aid from a college, as many awards are given on a first come, first-served basis. Also apply often, as your chances of earning scholarships increases and you will not have to borrow/pay as much money.
Avoiding Student Loans
The best scholarships come at no cost to you. Money that you do not have to pay back, such as scholarships and grants are expected of most financial aid packages. Students that have the most financial need are usually strong candidates for federal grants, and even those with minor financial need will find that they are
Want to start and operate a successful small business? Start with the SBCN.
Welcome to the North Carolina Small Business Center Network. Here you will find a variety of programs, services and resources to help you start and grow your business.
In North Carolina, small businesses account for the majority of newly created jobs every year. Yet, beginning a small business can be a challenging process. Fortunately, for North Carolinians, there is a Small Business Center located at each of our state’s 58 community colleges to help guide budding entrepreneurs through the steps of considering, planning, developing, opening, and operating a small business.
The NC Community Colleges Small Business Center Network (SBCN) is our state’s largest state-supported small business assistance initiative. Started in 1984 with the funding of eight small business centers by the North Carolina General Assembly, by
Inside Bauer is produced for the C. T. Bauer College of Business by the Office of Communications within the Office of the Dean. Distributed twice a year, the magazine highlights student success, faculty research and innovation, programs, alumni and donors and more.
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Students are encouraged to purchase a Palomar College Catalog in the college bookstore and refer to it when making their academic plan and selecting their classes. The 2016-2017 Catalog is on sale for $8.00 at the College Bookstore at the San Marcos Campus or at the Escondido Center. You may visit these locations during their business hours to purchase the College Catalog.
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At SDSU’s Fowler College of Business, our programs are designed to help students build
on the set of leadership, analytical, teamwork, and communication-based skills needed
to succeed in today’s dynamic business environment. We do this by engaging and collaborating
with the San Diego business community and beyond to ensure our curriculum and student
experiences are well-mapped to the demands of industry leaders.
October 21, 2019 | By: Lisa Chin Marvashti As a freshman at Mary Washington, Pat Filippone ’88 knew right off the bat what he wanted to do with his life – build a career in professional baseball. He just didn’t know how. Four years later all that had changed, he told a crowd last week […]
Story submitted by Alyssa Bilkovski Photo Credit: Alyssa Bilkovski and Madison Pace Before going on this trip, I was mainly looking forward to seeing Paris as a whole. I have studied French for many years and was excited to use and practice my French. Being surrounded by French people was the best way for me […]
Every year Maverick PAC recognizes conservative young professionals across the United States that they believe embody the next generation of leadership in the public and private sector. This year, UMW College of Business alum Abbas Haider (Class of
This semester marks the start of my sixth year as the dean of the College of Business at New Mexico State University. It has been a privilege to lead this college and advance its mission to transform lives by providing highly respected programs, instruction and scholarly activities that drive economic, social, educational and community development for New Mexico’s diverse population. Student success remains at the core of our mission. One of my top priorities since joining the College of Business in 2014 has been to improve the social mobility of students who pursue degrees in our college. To achieve this and further our mission of transforming the lives of our students, we have implemented several initiatives that engage in our primary areas of interest: recruiting, retaining, educating, graduating and placing our current and future students.
Part of ensuring student success means engaging with students before they enter college. For the