New report by UNCF’s Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute examines the rates, amounts, and distribution of student loan debt among HBCU students relative to their non-HBCU peers
WASHINGTON, DC (PRWEB) December 14, 2016
Students who attend historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) borrow student loans at higher rates and, consequently, graduate with substantially higher debt than their p
Is it just me? How is it that having a European looking man, with blonde hair and blue eyes, from the middle east elevated to the status of God, is NOT promoting white supremacy?
For the next 30 days folks will be peppering their house, lawns, schools and churches and every where else with the image of a "white" child in a manger purported to be GOD incarnate. A so-called Christmas celebration that really is a cloak for white supremacy.
Think about it, from now on it will be quite alright for Jesu
Deciding if and when to go to college is one of the first major life choices you must make when you graduate from high school. Before you invest 4 years of time and a whole lot of money you need to know what constitutes a successful outcome after getting your degree. The following simple chart shows two life paths:
A) Going to college for 4 years;
B) Working for 4 years
Your success is based on what you learn during those 4 years, how much debt or savings you accumulate, and what your job prospec
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