Tag Archives: Financial Aid

Money Talk: Financial Aid Options for Single Mothers

Graduating from college is one of the greatest gifts a single mother can give her children. College degrees significantly broaden the scope of career opportunities for which single moms are eligible, thereby providing greater flexibility, higher wages and improved benefits for the family. Unfortunately, the process of obtaining a degree is notoriously challenging for those
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Student Loans FAQs: Things No One Tells You About Student Loans

To make education more attainable, a large number of students will use student loans to get through school. If you are considering a student loan, here are answers to some common questions about these programs and what you can expect when you are repaying your loan. Is loan consolidation a good idea? If you have
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What to Know About Student Debt Relief Scams

There are a lot of ads popping up on Facebook that mention Globe University & Minnesota School of Business that are promising students loan relief. Many of the companies posting these ads have come under fire for trying to get students to pay for assistance they can get for free. Since the beginning of 2016, state
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Staff Member Hits 10 Year Milestone Helping Students with Financial Aid

For most college students, financial aid can be one of the most stressful aspects of starting college. However, that does not have to be the case for the students who qualify at Globe University & Minnesota School of Business. One of the many examples is a very seasoned and dedicated individual who helps make a difference at Minnesota
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Reaching Out to The Community: Soul Fest 2016

On Feb. 24, 2016, I had the opportunity to represent Globe University & Minnesota School of Business-Online at Soul Fest. This event was held in celebration of Black History & Culture at Washburn High School in Minneapolis. Soul Fest hosted a packed house for students and their families. There were more than 200 guests in
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Meet Your Financial Aid Advisor

The Globe University & Minnesota School of Business – Online financial aid department has recently gone through some changes! Take a few minutes to meet two of our new inancial aid administrators. They are both here to help you throughout your college career! Ben Doehne, Financial Aid Administrator Tell us a little about yourself. I am
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Education: The Best Investment a Person Can Make

Globe University-Woodbury Financial Aid Manager, Holly Weberg, believes that investing in an education is by far the best investment a person can make.  Going to college is an investment you make in yourself.  The devotion of time, effort and resources to accomplish the goal of obtaining the education of your choice opens doors and opportunities beyond
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Be Rewarded for your Community Service

How have you helped your community? Tell us how you have and you could be eligible for a $2,000 scholarship!  Globe University  & Minnesota School of Business want to reward you for your commitment to community service. Globe University & Minnesota School of Business offers the Community Service Scholarship once a quarter to up to
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Globe Education Network Scholarship Helps Students Reach Their Goals

Figuring out how to finance their college education is something almost all students deal with at one point or another. To make things a little easier for Globe Education Network (GEN) students, the company provides the Globe Education Network Scholarship, which is a $1,000 need-based scholarship for eligible, full-time, undergraduate students. This scholarship is funded
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Globe University – Wausau Student Finds Fun Way to Reduce the Cost of College

College is expensive. This is a fact of life.  The costs can be daunting, as is the prospect of large student loan payments. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce this cost and the amount of loans to be repaid, as Rebecca Harrell, veterinary technology student at Globe University–Wausau, found when she investigated scholarship opportunities. “I was
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