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Tuition Increases For NJ’s Public Colleges In 2012 [AUDIO]

It will cost more for New Jersey students to attend college this year. Tuition is up three-percent for full-time undergrads.

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How Much Do NJ College Students Pay For Textbooks? [AUDIO]

Getting ready for back to school? College students and their parents should expect higher textbook prices in New Jersey this year.

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Rolling A's Contest with Ray the Prize Guy
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Roll Straight A’s with Ray The Prize Guy

School is right around the corner and I'm ready to give you $20,000 for school supplies and college! Only catch is you need Straight A's!

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No Jobs Lead More Young People To Grad School

With the job market so dismal for young people, many are deciding to go back to grad school. But is it worth it?

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Recent College Grads Suffer Major Remorse [AUDIO]

Are you a recent college grad suffering from major remorse?

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Taking On A Student Loan? NJ Banker Offers Tips [AUDIO]

We often hear stories of students who take out loans and head to college only to find themselves unable to pay off their loans upon graduating. But, that doesn't have to be the case if you prepare ahead of time.

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The Student Loan Crisis: Is There Any Hope? [AUDIO]

Millions of young people continue to wrestle with the huge problem of student loan debt. A former Jersey Director of Consumer Affairs says he has an idea that might help.

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College Tuition Hikes a Priority for NJ Lawmakers [AUDIO]

New Jersey is one step closer to finding answers as to why it's becoming increasingly expensive to obtain a college education. The Assembly Higher Education Committee has approved a bill which would establish a Commission on Higher Education to study and make recommendations to the Governor and the Legislature about the rising tuition costs in New Jersey.

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The Campus Debit Card Trap
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“Campus Debit Card Trap” Skims Millions from Students: Report

Banks and financial firms have partnered up with hundreds of campuses nationwide, latching their debit cards and other products onto student IDs, according to a new report by NJPIRG Law & Policy Center.

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Congressional GOP Makes New Offer on Student Loans

Top congressional Republicans are making a new offer to President Barack Obama in the fight over interest rates for 7.4 million students with federal college loans.

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