Tag Archive | "Scholarships"

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Discover the “Secret” Program that Can Propel Your College Experience

Posted on 03 February 2017 by

The Family Economic Security Program (FESP) is a holistic approach to helping students attain the skills, advisement, and opportunities they need to achieve their goals on and off campus. Specializing in providing assistance to students from low-income households, FESP advisors can help design plans for success that cover everything from tutoring to balancing a checkbook. […] Continue Reading…

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Non-Traditional is the New Black

Posted on 06 December 2016 by

Students who have been out of school for at least five years before coming to HCC may be eligible to transfer to Yale University to complete their degrees. The Eli Whitney Program was established for non-traditional mature individuals with high academic potential, so they can have an opportunity that they might not get otherwise. Specifically, […] Continue Reading…

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A Chance at My Dream College

Posted on 01 May 2015 by

Waking up to find your picture on the front page of the newspaper isn’t something that happens every day. Nor is it common to become a star overnight. No, I didn’t become the next American Idol, nor did I win Dancing With the Stars, but I did win the lottery. I played the game like […] Continue Reading…

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Leadership Society Inducts New Members

Posted on 15 December 2014 by

On the afternoon of Friday, December 12, The National Society of Leadership and Success or Sigma Alpha Pi held their induction ceremony in the Events Center. Sixty-six inductees received either a certificate or a plaque. The Ceremony began with NSLS President, Ace Ricker, introducing himself. He then passed the microphone over to Stephanie Brown, NSLS […] Continue Reading…

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Meeting Financial Need

Posted on 22 October 2014 by

Financial Aid grants are available for those who may need extra funds to pay for their schooling, right? Well, not for everyone. Some students in need of financial aid, can’t receive it because he or she does not qualify for it. If a student is still living with a parent, or parents, Financial Aid wants […] Continue Reading…

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How to Slash the Price of your Education

Posted on 22 October 2014 by

Said simply, School Ain’t Cheap. Students pay, on average, $22,826 a year for in-state tuition at a four year college. Private college tuition runs at approximately $44,750 a year. As many students and parents who foot the bills have said, ”money doesn’t grow on a tree in their backyard.”  Many students just cannot afford these […] Continue Reading…