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Dr. Barbara Gitenstein, President of The College Of New Jersey
Dr. Barbara Gitenstein, President of The College Of New Jerse (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Student Loan Interest Rate Angst Grows [AUDIO]

Unless Congress takes quick action, which doesn't seem likely, the student loan interest rate will double from 3.4% to 6.8% come July 1st.

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President Obama
President Obama (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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GOP Ignores Veto Threat, Passes Student Loan Bill [VIDEO]

Republicans have ignored a White House veto threat and passed a bill to keep interest rates on millions of federal student loans from doubling this summer.

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College Graduation
Flickr User Rennett Stowe
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NJ College Students Hit the Brakes on Higher-Education [AUDIO]

While more students are getting into college in recent years, a majority are dropping out due to high tuition costs.

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Job Fair
Flickr User Mark Warner
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NJ College Grads Face Few Job Prospects [AUDIO]

May is right around the corner, but for many New Jersey college students about to graduate, finding a job could be the hardest test yet.

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High School Graduate
Flickr User ryanmcginnisphoto
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If You Win Something, Say Something [POLL]

Are we coddling high school students too much in 2012? There are two NYC prep schools that have banned their seniors from celebrating their college acceptance letters publicly as to not to upset the students who have not yet been accepted or made a decision

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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In Wake Of Virginia Tech Massacre, NJ Senator Unveils Campus Alert Bill [AUDIO]

Five years ago 32 people were killed in the Virginia Tech shootings, including three students from New Jersey. A bill unveiled by Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) aims to better protect students from harm on college campuses.

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Flickr User llee_wu
Flickr User llee_wu
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NJ College Grads Will See Improving Job Market In 2012 [AUDIO]

The class of 2012 will find one of the most welcoming job markets in years.

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Flickr user llee_wu
Flickr user llee_wu
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“Close But No Degree” Report Shows Half Of NJ Adults Missing College Diploma [AUDIO]

Even in New Jersey's highly educated workforce, where 44% of adults have at least a two-year degree, almost a fifth of adults age 25- 64 have started college but never finished.

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“Close But No Degree” Rutgers Report Looks To Remove Obstacles For Those Who Never Finished College

Are you one of the fifth of adults ages 25-64 who have started college but never finished?

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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Students Visit Trenton State House For Spring Break [AUDIO]

A proposal endorsed by Governor Chris Christie to allow Rowan University to take over Rutgers-Camden has made Trenton the spring break destination of choice for Rutgers students.

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