Two Democratic state lawmakers, one from Miami, have offered a bill for the 2012 legislative session that would create a pathway for undocumented immigrants to get in-state tuition.
If you have a student in a Florida state college or university, or if you’re headed to school this fall, you’ll be paying more for your education. For the third year in a row, undergraduate students at Florida universities will pay 15 percent more in tuition.
Students, get ready to shell out more for a college education in the state of Florida.
Trustees at six of Florida’s 11 state universities have unanimously agreed to raise tuition by 7 percent. That’s on top of an 8 percent increase ordered by the Legislature for the next academic year.
If your child was depending on a Bright Futures scholarship in the years ahead, you should be considering how you’re going to make up for the cuts approved in the Florida Legislature.
The future of Florida’s Bright Futures scholarship program doesn’t appear to be so bright.
Parents and students no longer have to rely solely on traditional loans because of some unique and creative ways to cover the high cost of tuition.
Two Florida educators are calling on Governor Rick Scott to raise tuition prices to fill the state’s massive budget hole. But it’s the 30 percent increase that has students and parents up in arms.
Miami Dade College has announced a unique financial scholarship program for high school seniors. Starting this fall, any Miami-Dade student who graduates with a 3.0 GPA or better will be able to attend Miami Dade College for free.