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Pennsylvania: Temple Wants To Aid Working Students

11 February 2014 3 views No Comment

“Temple University is offering $4,000 grants as a financial incentive to keep students who need to work to pay college costs focused on completing their degrees on time,” The Philadelphia Tribune reports. “According to the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, the percentage of full-time, full-year dependent undergraduates with unmet need is highest among families earning less than $30,000 annually and families in the middle-income bracket earning $45,000 to $74,999.”

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