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Ohio Lottery Offers Free College or $1M for Getting COVID Vaccine

A vaccination lottery drawing in Ohio will give vaccinated individuals in the state the chance to win either $1 million or a full college scholarship.

Delaware State University Forgives $730,000 in Student Debt

Delaware State University has arranged to cancel $730,000 in student debt by using a portion of American Rescue Plan Act funds received by the school.

UMass Parents Furious Over Maskless Partying Student Suspensions

Parents of three University of Massachusetts freshmen are outraged after the school suspended them for attending off-campus parties without masks. 

Two Ex-Students Sue OSU for Inaction in Strauss Sexual Abuse Case

Two former students at Ohio State University have filed a civil rights lawsuit alleging the school was aware of Dr. Richard Strauss’ sexual misconduct, and “was deliberately indifferent” to the plight of students.

Woman Graduates From Samford University at 78

A 78-year-old Alabama woman has earned a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts after studying for six years at Samford University.

What Do Colleges Look For? 9 Ways to Stand Out to Admissions Committees

To increase your chances of acceptance, we’ll tell you all about what colleges look for in candidates with nine hot tips to knock your application out of the park.

How to Apply for Scholarships and Grants: All You Need to Know

Tuition, room, and board add up fast. Here's how to reduce your college expenses by applying for (and getting!) scholarships and grants.

Pay it Forward: Missouri Teen Donates Savings After Scholarship Award

An 18-year-old high school senior donated his college savings and starting a scholarship fund for students in need after he was awarded the prestigious President’s Scholarship to Southeast Missouri State University.