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University of Louisiana at Lafayette students are outraged over a $999 online textbook for an introductory accounting course. University officials argue that the costly book was just a placeholder that no one would actually pay. Some students went as far as to theorize that the UL-Lafayette accounting department may have a financial arrangement with Wiley that means they make more money from college bookstore sales.

$1,000 Online Text Book Infuriates ULL Students

August 28, 2018 11:47 AM
by Susan Dutca-Lovell
University of Louisiana at Lafayette students are outraged over a $999 online textbook for an introductory accounting course. University officials argue that the costly book was just a "placeholder"
If you're pursuing or thinking of pursuing a career in coding, you may be one of the 75,000 aspiring developers to land an Android Scholarship or Web Development Schoalrship, sponsored by Google and Udacity. Google and Udacity have been partnered over the past two years and doled 1,000 and 10,000 scholarships for coders in 2015 and 2016, respectively.

Google, Udacity Offer 75,000 Scholarships for Coders

September 5, 2017 1:14 PM
by Susan Dutca-Lovell
If you're pursuing or thinking of pursuing a career in coding, you may be one of the 75,000 aspiring developers to land an Android Scholarship or Web Development Schoalrship, sponsored by Google and
San Diego State University plans to offer a course titled Black Lives Matter: A Focus on Black Boys and Men in Education, which will be open to the public for enrollment this coming October. The course, which will cover topics of how black men are undervalued in the classroom, is under fire for featuring “speakers whose members have been accused of inciting violence.

Black Lives Matter College Course Faces Criticism

August 30, 2017 8:32 AM
by Susan Dutca-Lovell
San Diego State University plans to offer a course titled "Black Lives Matter: A Focus on Black Boys and Men in Education," which will be open to the public for enrollment this coming October. The
The looming 1.4 billion student debt haunts not only college students and graduates, but blue-collar students as well. Dozens of truck drivers recount the industry's hopeful advertisement and how they are left in debt with thousands of dollars in training fees and poor job prospects.

Blue-Collar Students Trucking Through Student Debt

August 15, 2017 2:24 PM
by Susan Dutca-Lovell
The looming 1.4 billion student debt haunts not only college students and graduates, but blue-collar students as well. Dozens of truck drivers recount the industry's hopeful advertisement and how

    Fighting crime is no easy task and is not meant for everyone. Careers in criminal justice aren't limited to police officers. You can study to be a criminal law paralegal, a crime lab analyst or even work for homeland security. If you plan to take this route, don't forget to apply for these solid scholarships to reduce debt while also doing your part to reduce crime:

Fight Crime with Help from Criminal Justice Scholarships

February 16, 2017
by Susan Dutca-Lovell
Fighting crime is no easy task and is not meant for everyone. Careers in criminal justice aren't limited to police officers. You can study to be a criminal law paralegal, a crime lab analyst or

    The traditional college route isn't the best choice for everyone. There are ample scholarship opportunities for students who opt for a vocational career, whether it be in the plumbing, carpentry, electrical, firefighting or many others. If you want to learn or hone a specific skill as an alternative to attending a more traditional four-year college, take some time to consider these vocational scholarship opportunities:

Vocational, Trade, & Technical Scholarships

February 9, 2017 3:25 PM
by Susan Dutca-Lovell
The traditional college route isn't the best choice for everyone. There are ample scholarship opportunities for students who opt for a vocational career, whether it be in the plumbing,

     Finding trustworthy and accurate scholarship and other financial aid information can be tricky these days, especially when it comes to sources that offer unreliable, often misleading content. Scholarships offered by scammers who charge fees and operate outside the laws, rules and ethics of modern-day netiquette abound. Here at Scholarships.com, we carefully and thoroughly vet scholarships so you can apply to the most legitimate and worthwhile opportunities. Check out some of them here:

Avoid Scholarship Scams

November 18, 2016
by Susan Dutca-Lovell
Finding trustworthy and accurate scholarship and other financial aid information can be tricky these days, especially when it comes to sources that offer unreliable, often misleading content.
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