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UNC expects to save $100K through eBilling

Paying bills online is nothing new for 20-somethings, but the University of North Carolina’s elimination of traditional snail mail in sending out tuition bills means students will have to grant…

Despite budget woes, university still has money for bottled water

Times are tough at the University of California, the New York Times reports. The state's budget crisis has led to cuts, layoffs and higher student fees.…

Changing fonts could help schools save money

A Wisconsin university expects to save up to $10,000 a year by making a small change in computer users’ habits: Changing the fonts in the documents they print.…

Social media: Colleges’ newest battlefield for students, alumni donations

Colleges’ unending campaign to attract more students and alumni donations has higher-education officials looking to two technologies that consume a growing chunk of people’s free time: social media and video…

$20 billion in ed funding slashed from student aid legislation

In last-minute maneuvering designed to get the measure to pass, lawmakers eliminated $20 billion in proposed education funding from the student aid overhaul enacted by Congress last week: $12 billion…

FCC’s plans a potential boon for community colleges

Community college decision makers were encouraged by the Federal Communication Commission's inclusion in its National Broadband Plan of robust high-speed internet networks on two-year campuses, which soon could be a…

Connecticut might waive student loans for ‘green’ job workers

Paul Goulet hopes Connecticut will help him get from under nearly $8,000 he's borrowed for college after losing his job in a paper manufacturing plant. …

Universities push to get students counted in 2010 census

Colleges, universities, and their surrounding communities have a financial interest in making sure all of their students get counted in the census, so public-relations campaigns that encourage students to fill…

Angry students protest cuts to schools, colleges

Anger over rising tuition and school budget cuts boiled over as students across the country staged rowdy demonstrations that led to clashes with police and the rush-hour shutdown of a…

Technology makes student aid more accessible

Over the past decade and a half, the internet has made it easier for families to learn about, find, and apply for college scholarships, government grants, and other types of…

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