NCSA forced to make frugal financial choices

NCSA forced to make frugal financial choices

The New College Student Alliance (NCSA) started out the semester with significant financial concerns. With recently assessed administrative fees, which they had not paid previously, and a decrease in the projected student enrollment, the NCSA reconsidered how to best spend...
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First year class size and performance metrics fail to provide yearly funding

As the campus changes to house a larger population of students and faculty, the school fails to bring in anticipated funding. These money problems stem from a failure to meet required state university performance metrics and a lack of first...
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More taboo than religion, politics and sex: Credit card debt grows as cost of living rises

More taboo than religion, politics and sex: Credit card debt grows as cost of living rises

U.S. consumers collectively owe a debt of $712 billion, with the average credit card balance-holding household over $15,000 in overall debt. The millennial generation has taken on much more debt  – averaging $5,000 more – and at higher interest rates...
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Spring break on a budget

Spring break on a budget

Midterm season is on the horizon for college students, but along with midterms comes spring break – a time to relax, recuperate and have fun. Students are starting to taste the freedom they have been longing for since the beginning...
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Special session for legislature delays New College budget drafting

On April 28, the state legislature closed its regular session three days early, unable to come to an agreement on healthcare spending for the budget. A special session has been called for June 1 to June 20, during which the...
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