College Check Mate: Innovative Tuition Plans That Make You a Winner, 1993-94

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Octameron Associates, Jan 1, 1992 - College costs - 170 pages
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More than 1.7 million students start college every year, and most of them need financial aid. As federal student aid programs fail to keep pace with college tuition costs, students are increasingly turning to their college's own aid programs to help pay their education bills. This is the only book containing complete listings of innovative tuition assistance plans offered at U.S. colleges and universities. Includes full details on installment plans, guaranteed tuition plans, low interest loans, prepayment discounts, tuition freezes and equalization, achievement incentives, alumni and recruiting discounts, moral obligation scholarships, and many other sources of help. Gives the terms, award range, interest rates, loan amounts, and eligibility requirements of each plan.

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Deborah A. Rude, MS, RD has been the top local dietitian/ nutritionist and media nutrition consultant in Los Angeles for fourteen years. Recently, she was named "Young Dietitian of the Year," by the American Dietetics Association and served as President of the Los Angeles Dietetics Association. She is the world's first "Livitician," a term she coined as an alternative to "dietitian," to emphasize eating without deprivation. Currently, Rude has a private practice conducting individualized nutrition counseling, nutrition education, corporate seminars, class lectures, health fairs, television/radio interviews. Rude is one of the most sought-after speakers and spokespeople in the area of nutrition, wellness and optimal lifestyle. She regularly conducts seminars for large organizations and corporations, and is frequently featured in both print and electronic media including "Today," CNN, Discovery Health Channel, Parenting magazine, and Fitness magazine. Visit her website at www.livitician.com.

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