University of California President Janet Napolitano said Wednesday she is devoting $5 million to provide special counseling and financial aid for students living in the U.S. illegally.
Putting a technological spin on the adage that it takes a village to raise a child, the University of California launched a campaign on Wednesday to harness the power of social media to raise money for student scholarships.
With student debt reaching the $1 trillion mark, it’s no wonder why there’s growing concern about tuition costs at higher education institutions.
What would you do if someone accidentally gave you thousands of dollars? On Friday night, thousands of students at the University of California, Los Angeles were faced with that dilemma after a financial aid mix-up.
If your high school senior is college-bound this coming fall you have nine months to figure out how to pay for it.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill allowing illegal immigrant students applying to state universities to receive state-funded scholarships and financial aid.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill that will let college students who entered the country illegally receive private financial aid.
Gov. Jerry Brown will get his chance to let college students who entered the country illegally receive limited financial aid, under a bill approved by the state Senate.
The Assembly approved AB 131, introduced by Los Angeles Assemblyman Gil Cedillo, on a 46-25 party line vote.
Paying for college has never been easy, but now costs are soaring even in the middle of a shaky economic recovery.
Billy Downing, CEO of The ESM Group, a worldwide strategic college counseling service, offer tips on the financial aid process for parents of high school seniors.