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NJ Voters Approve Borrowing Money for College Projects

New Jersey voters have approved allowing the state to borrow $750 million to pay for new and expanded academic buildings for colleges and universities.

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Where Does NJ Rank for College Costs?

The cost of higher education continues to grow. The College Board says the sticker price of in-state tuition at four-year public universities climbed an average of roughly $400 this fall to $8,655, an increase of nearly 5 percent.

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NJ Has Third-Highest In-State Tuition Costs, Report Indicates

The cost of higher education continues to grow.

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NJ Lawmaker Calls for ‘Financial Aid Shopping Sheets’

How much will one year of college cost?  State Senator Barbara Buono has introduced legislation that would give families that information by requiring four-year colleges to provide a "financial aid shopping sheet" to students as part of their financial aid package.

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Rutgers Conditionally Backs New Merger Plan; Lawmakers Vow to Vote on It

Rutgers' main governing body is expected to conditionally back a revised plan to overhaul New Jersey's higher education system.

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American-Born NJ Students Could Get Easier Access To College

Legislation sponsored by Senate Education Chair Teresa Ruiz and Senate Higher Education Chair Sandra Cunningham to ensure that New Jersey students born in the United States are provided equal access to college, regardless of their parents’ immigration status, was approved today by a Senate committee.

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Will College Student Loan Rates Double?

An imminent interest rate hike on federally-subsidized Stafford Loans issued after July 1, 2012 would affect student borrowers and universities.

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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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