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By Laura Bruno, USA TODAY Jenna LaPlace saved $1,560 by not heading home after finals last month. She's sticking around Hiram College's Ohio campus for a summer course in animal physiology at the bargain price of $1,083 for the three-credit course.
The Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) is a not-for-profit, private, industry-directed organization that dispenses undergraduate college scholarships and graduate fellowship assistance to talented men and women interested in graphic communication careers. The mission of the PGSF is "To strengthen the print and graphic communication industry by providing scholarship assistance."
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While it was once rare to see women in higher education, now more women than men are attending college . Though a lot of progress has been made, inequalities still exist between men and women. Women still typically earn less than men and occupy a smaller percentage of high-paying jobs than men.
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It is becoming a common scenario post-recession: Affluent applicants, shocked by college sticker prices and leery of debt, are choosing a school not because it is the first choice but because it is the best deal. Students are using their academic credentials to leverage generous merit awards from second- or third-choice schools looking to boost their own academic profiles. Colleges are responding with record sums of merit aid , transforming the admissions process into a polite bidding war.
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