Northwood University’s DeVos Graduate School Offers Online MBA Program

Enrollment has opened for Northwood University’s DeVos Graduate School’s 24-month Online MBA program. Designed to cater to working professionals, the online degree program enables students to earn their Master’s Degrees in Business Administration entirely online without ever visiting a physical

Author James Patterson to Award $110,000 in Scholarships to Manhattan College Students

Maybe it’s typical of artists to want to give something back to the people who support and enjoy what they create. In the case of author James Patterson, this couldn’t be more true. For the third consecutive year in a

University of La Verne Partners with TheDream.US to Offer $25,000 in Scholarships to Immigrants

A recent partnership forged between the University of La Verne in California and The Dream.US will enable undocumented college students interested in earning associates or bachelor’s degrees to receive up to $25,000 in financial aid. The University of La Verne

CSU-Global Receives $15,000 in Scholarship Funds from the Daniels Fund

The aim of Colorado State University-Global Campus is to make online bachelor’s degrees affordable and accessible to adult students. With help from the Daniels Fund, CSU-Global will increase the number of scholarships it provides to those who are close to

Ford Motor Company Gives $50,000 to American Indian College Fund for College Scholarships

Through the Ford Motor Blue Oval Scholars Program, The Ford Motor Company Fund is giving $50,000 to the American Indian College Fund, which gives college scholarships to Native students. The program will award ten Tribal College and University (TCU) Scholarships