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Federal and private lender loans help parents and students pay for college tuition, fees and living expenses.
Begin your student financial aid application process by completing the federal government's FAFSA form, used to determine whether you are eligible for financial aid.
Prepare yourself for a wide array of career options with an interdisciplinary degree program. Interdisciplinary study will give you a broad education and foundation for further training.
Did you know that coffee is a natural health wonder that can reduce the risk of breast cancer?
Accounting experts are reporting that Michael Jackson is almost in default on $200 million in loans.
Online college degree programs have made tremendous progress in recent years. Increasingly, employers have begun turning to graduates of Internet based distance learning to help them run and manage their companies.
An online degree in computer science can give you a varied background in computer science.
A career in psychology can be rewarding and challenging. Earn your psychology degree from an online university and start that career in psychology.
Britney Spears' husband Kevin Federline is looking to web design pros to create his rocking online presence.
You'll also find a curriculum very similar to that of a traditional, campus-based program.
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Which Degrees Come with the Highest Starting Salaries?
Deciding on a college major can be challenging - even before considering student loans. Here are five majors which can offer the highest starting salaries for new grads.