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It’s your junior or senior year in high school, and you feel like you’re at the center of a relentless interrogation. Teachers and family members bombard you with the same questions: Where are you going to go to college?
The Maricopa Community Colleges will host a series of candidates forums for the Maricopa colleges’ District 2 governing board position up for election in November.
The Maricopa County Community College District governing board chose not to raise tuition for next school year during a meeting Tuesday evening.
No matter where you are in the process of planning for college, there are things you should be doing. Based on your high school graduation time frame, follows are some suggestions of where you should be in your college planning.
NEW YORK — Fidelity Investments says it is slashing maintenance fees on the 529 college savings plans it runs in five states.
Arizona is getting a $1.5 million grant as the first step toward establishing "no-frills" programs within the university system where students will be able to get degrees for less than they now cost.
Rebecca Warren: Even if you’ve planned relatively well for your future college student’s expenses, the credit crunch and downturn in investment income for colleges have changed the game for financial aid at many schools.
April 6, 2005
June 23, 2004
The rift between the Arizona Board of Regents and the community colleges deepened Tuesday after board president Chris Herstam unveiled how a study of the proposed university redesign will be carried out.
Ron Renagel was perusing a local newspaper when he saw an ad promoting Central Arizona College that featured a large picture of Pinal County Sheriff Christopher Vasquez, a graduate of the school. Renagel, a 60-year-old Gold Canyon resident and supporter of Florence Police Chief Bob Ingulli, Vasquez’s challenger in the race for sheriff, was outraged.
The Missouri-based Westminster College plans to open a campus in downtown Mesa, which will make it the second school to expand into the city this year.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Jan Brewer is proposing a nearly $9 billion spending plan for the coming fiscal year that provides more money for schools, hires former police officers to investigate allegations of child abuse and sets up a needs-based scholarship for community colleges.
It's never too early to start the process of finding out how you are going to pay for your child's education.
Summer is in full swing! The weather's hot, the days are long and you'd kill to be doing anything outside. Camping trips, weekends at the beach and barbecues abound during this eventful time of year. It's a time to relax, rejuvenate and, most of all, have fun. Kids know how to do this best. After they've been studying at school all year they just want to have fun all summer long. It's good for them to get all that pent up energy out and recharge their batteries. It's good for you, too. You'll need the rest when fall comes around and the school schedule makes demands on your time and focus.
To help Arizona families learn how to pay for the rising costs of higher education, the Arizona Commission for Post Secondary Education is offering on its website the College Savings Planner, a free college planning guide for parents and grandparents.
Central Arizona College officials are regrouping after a disappointing defeat at the polls on Tuesday of their $435 million bond proposal to keep higher education abreast of Pinal County's breakneck growth.
For Tim Roncevich, the project began as an assignment in his entrepreneurialmanagement class at Chapman University in Orange, Calif.
Students study with tutors at Chyten, where individual study plans are created for each student to raise scores on the SAT and ACT tests.
If you have school-age children, you know that the school years go by quickly, so it won’t be long before your kids are ready to head off to college. Will you be financially prepared to help them?
The projected population boom in Pinal County within the next 10 to 25 years has inspired county college officials to consider an expansion of Central Arizona College.
Are you a student who wants to attend college? Get a plan in place this weekend with help from Arizona's universities and community colleges.
July 11, 2004
Figuring out what to do for work is a process that happens over time, rather than a single one-time decision. Career planning is a developmental, thought-provoking process. You must examine yourself: your interests, your temperament, and your values. You then need to think about what you want in a job.