Tag Archives: Financial Aid

What to Know About Student Debt Relief Scams

There are a lot of ads popping up on Facebook that mentionGlobe 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 and
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Online Students Visit Legislators at Minnesota State Capital

This week, the Minnesota School of Business-Online and three of our outstanding students had the opportunity to meet with Minnesota state and federal officials to discuss important topics facing both our students and our schools. The annual event, sponsored by the Minnesota Career College Association (MCAA), marks an important day for career colleges such as
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Resolve to Get More Free Money This Year with Scholarships

According to dictionary.com, one of the definitions of ‘scholarship’ is “a sum of money or other aid granted to a student, because of merit, need, etc., to pursue his or her studies.” Sounds like a good idea, right? Then why do so few Minnesota School of Business-Blaine (MSB) students choose to apply for scholarships? Maybe it’s because
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Meet Holly Weberg, Plymouth’s Financial Aid Manager

The Minnesota School of Business-Plymouth  (MSB) campus would like to welcome Holly Weberg, the new financial aid manager. Holly received a bachelor’s degree in business management from the MSB-Shakopee campus and began working at our Minneapolis campus in 2012. She joined the MSB-Plymouth team this past September and has proved to be a wonderful addition. We
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Students Turn Selfless Service into a $2,000 Scholarship

Do you like to help your community?  Do you like to receive free money for school?  Then you are a perfect candidate for the Community Service Scholarship!  Each quarter, Minnesota School of Business-Rochester awards up to two Community Service Scholarships, each totaling $2,000!  The scholarship is offered as a way to promote community engagement in
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A Military Friendly College

Do you know someone with a military background who could benefit from the type of training Minnesota School of Business has to offer? If so, please have them contact the Admissions Department to get the process rolling. Minnesota School of Business is a very military friendly school with internal scholarships in place to help our
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Financial Aid Tip: How to Avoid Default

By Chris Cook, Financial Aid Administrator, Minnesota School of Busines-Rochester Minnesota School of Business-Rochester financial aid department is here to help you manage your financial aid loans, including tips for avoiding default.  Learning that your loans are in default could be scarier than living on Elm Street.  Don’t let default happen to you… What is “default?” 
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Jana’s Links for Financial Aid Advice

Greetings BC Students! Often times when I meet with new or continuing students, I hear them state how being on their collegiate career path is a very exciting thing!  However, with the excitement sometimes it can be overwhelming, in particular the aspect of where to look in terms of financial help.  Let’s face it. For
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Tiered Tuition Effective July 2012

Chris Cook, “Don’t forget about the new TIERED TUITION!  Effective July 2012, tuition is actually going DOWN for most students!!  If you are enrolled in 11 or more credits, tuition will be billed at $425 per credit.  Since most of our students already take 11 or more credits, this is great news!!! There are lots
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