April 2023 – viral blog

Month: April 2023

Roundup of Recent Faculty Research News

April 26, 2023 Eric Goldman   Profs. Patricia Cain and Jean Love contributed a chapter on tax law to a book, The Jurisprudential Legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Prof. Colleen Chien published a report, “The Financial Impact of Lost Licenses in Texas.”   Prof. Colleen Chien and graduating 3L Alyssa Aguilar did an interview about […]

Featured Partner Scholarships: May 2023

Featured Partner Scholarships: May 2023 By Matt Konrad We’ve hit a major milestone for the Class of 2023: College Signing Day celebrates the May 1 deadline for accepting admission to your college of choice, and events are already happening around the country! Of course, choosing your college also means figuring out how you’re paying—and, while […]

Avoid the Scholarship Scramble – Make Sure You Have Enough Money for College

Thank you for subscribing! As we approach “College Decision Day” on May 1st, high school seniors and transferring college students have much to celebrate! If they haven’t already, they will soon make their college admission decision, and they can begin planning for the next steps in their life. There will be lots of pre-grad activities, […]

Dollars for Scholars Support Goes Beyond Bachelor’s Degrees

Dollars for Scholars Support Goes Beyond Bachelor’s Degrees By Scholarship America Special Guest Author Nicole Alexander Not surprisingly, colleges and universities across the board experienced steep declines in enrollment during the pandemic, and the anticipated recovery has been slow and uneven. According to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center’s annual enrollment report, the largest enrollment […]

20 Essential Life Skills to Have Before Going Off to College (2023)

Thank you for subscribing! Yes! You’re finally headed off to college. Your first real taste at freedom and independence. However, with great freedom also comes great responsibility. What are you going to eat every day? How does a laundry machine work? How do you pay your bills? Read on and master these 20 essential life […]

Scholarship America Announces New Trustee Daniel Hae-Dong Lee, Ph.D.

Scholarship America Announces New Trustee Daniel Hae-Dong Lee, Ph.D. By Scholarship America Scholarship America, the nation’s largest nonprofit provider of private scholarships, is pleased to announce that Daniel Hae-Dong Lee, Senior Vice President of Business Operations and Transformation at Smithbucklin, has been elected to its Board of Trustees. Prior to his current role at Smithbucklin, […]

Gen Z Insights Briefing: Student Perspectives on Student Debt Forgiveness

Thank you for subscribing! Every month, ScholarshipOwl conducts a survey to develop a deeper understanding of Gen Z. In March, we delved deeper into student perspectives on the Biden Administration’s plan for student debt forgiveness. This survey is a follow-up to our February survey that focused on the impact of student debt on Gen Z.  […]

Policy Update: “Better FAFSA” Opens in December 2023

Policy Update: “Better FAFSA” Opens in December 2023 By Matt Konrad While the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) typically opens for applications on October 1, the application for the 2024-25 school year has been delayed until sometime in December—a delay that could have ripple effects on students, families and scholarship programs. Here’s what […]

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