19 Jun, 2024
2 mins read

Scholarship Opportunities and Financial Aid Available at Boston University School of Public Health

Boston University School of Public Health is dedicated to minimizing the expenses of your public health education at BU through a combination of scholarships, financial assistance, paid work, and practicum opportunities. In 2022, 93% of students in every degree program at the School of Public Health were awarded fellowships, scholarships, loans, or tuition remission. Scholarships […]

4 mins read

WIC Eligibility Update: Steps to Food Assistance Made Easier

Recent adjustments to the income guidelines of the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program have resulted in an expansion of eligibility, which is a significant step toward enhancing family well-being and promoting early childhood nutrition.  With the revisions, more families in the United States are now eligible for this vital nutrition assistance program.  The WIC […]

2 mins read

Refunds for Over 22,000 Targeted in Ameritech Financial Student Loan Forgiveness Scam

With the assistance of the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice, victims of Ameritech Financial’s student loan debt relief scam will eventually receive refunds. AmeriTech Financial was headquartered in California as well as operated as American Financial Benefits Center under the leadership of Brandon Frere. The FTC announced in a press release issued […]

3 mins read

LGBTQ Content Leads to AP Psychology Course Ban in Florida, College Board’s Statement

Florida’s decision to effectively ban the Advanced Placement (AP) Psychology course has sparked controversy and drawn criticism from education and LGBTQ advocates.  The College Board, responsible for offering AP courses, stated that the state’s Department of Education informed them that the course’s content on sexual orientation and gender identity violates the state’s “Don’t Say Gay” […]