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Students Leave Over $2.9 Billion in Free College Money on the Table by Gianna Sen-Gupta | posted in FAFSA, Financial Aid Published on 12 Jan 2015 | Updated on 13 Jan 2015 U.S. high school graduates left over $2.9 billion in free federal grant money on the table last academic year, according to a new analysis [...]
Microsoft streamlines free Office for students deal New self-serve process skips IT, makes it easier to get free Office 365 By Gregg Keizer Computerworld | Sep 23, 2014 9:32 AM PT Microsoft yesterday made it easier for school and university students to obtain a free subscription to Office 365 by sidestepping institutional IT and going [...]