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A New Way to Pay For College Education in NJ? [POLL/AUDIO]

Legislation set to be introduced soon would eliminate tuition and fees at New Jersey colleges, and instead allow students to payback their school with a portion of their salary after graduating.  

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Student Loan Rates Double After Congress Fails To Agree On Legislation
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Senate Fails to Keep Student Loan Rates Low

Senate Democrats on Wednesday failed to restore lower interest rates on student loans, again coming up short and perhaps signaling that undergraduates might really face rates twice as high as the ones they enjoyed last year.

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NJ Offers Financial Tips For College Students

Many Garden State high school seniors have recently made their decisions on where to attend college next fall. To help them, Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI) Commissioner Ken Kobylowski is offering advice to new and returning higher education students and their parents to help them make smart financial decisions.

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College graduation
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Student Loan Interest Rates Could Double [AUDIO]

Interest rates on government-subsidized Stafford loans could increase from 3.4 to 6.8 percent this summer, unless Congress acts to stop the change.

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College Graduation
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Is a Higher Education in Your Child’s Future?

Increased funding cuts could make it more challenging for Garden State parents to send their children to college. 

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Campus of Monmouth University
Campus of Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ (Townsquare Media)
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Is College Worth It? [SERIES]

This is the fifth and final segment of a week-long series on higher education costs in New Jersey. Read the entire series here.

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career services
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The Benefits Of A College Degree [SERIES]

This is part four of a weeklong series on higher education costs in New Jersey. See the entire series here.

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Salem Community College
Salem Community College (Townsquare Media)
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Alternatives to Four Years at College [SERIES]

This is part three of a week-long series on higher education costs in New Jersey. Read the entire series here.

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(Flickr User: Tax Credits)
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The Rising Costs of College [SERIES]

This is part two of a week-long series on higher education costs in New Jersey.  Read the entire series here.

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College graduation
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Where Does a Bachelor’s Degree Get You? [SERIES]

This is the first part of a week-long series on higher education costs in New Jersey.

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