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Modern States launches “Freshman Year for Free”

MModern States Education Alliance, a philanthropy dedicated to making a college degree more affordable and attainable for everyone, today announced a key milestone: the first-ever catalog of tuition-free online courses for 40+ core freshman subjects, which enables learners to earn traditional academic credits at more than 2,900 major colleges and universities.

Articles Bloomberg

In the Hamptons, a Financier Talks Housemates and College Credit

Steve Klinsky knows how Goldman Sachs careers can arc and bend. In the 1990s, Robert Kaplan and Phil Murphy were his roommates in a share house in Sagaponack. Kaplan is now Dallas Fed president, Murphy is running for governor of New Jersey, and Klinsky, 17 years into helming his own private equity firm, has created […]

Articles Teens Got Cents

Can’t Afford College? Get Your Freshman Year for Free!!!

A few months ago I heard about a program called ‘Freshman Year For Free’. Really? I almost didn’t even bother to look it up because it sounded way too good to be true. I’m so glad I did! If you can’t afford college but really want to work on getting a degree this is a […]

Articles Military Technologies

Modern States Launches “Freshman Year for Free”, Tuition-Free College-Level Courses for Credit in all Major Freshman Subjects

Modern States Education Alliance, a philanthropy dedicated to making a college degree more affordable and attainable for everyone, today announced a key milestone: the first-ever catalog of tuition-free online courses for 40+ core freshman subjects, which enables learners to earn traditional academic credits at more than 2,900 major colleges and universities.

Articles The Chronicle Of Higher Education

New Venture Will Offer Free Courses That Students Can Take for College Credit

Students looking to claim college credit without paying anything for the classes now have another option, courtesy of a project called Freshman Year for Free. The venture, being formally unveiled on Wednesday, includes a catalog of online courses in more than 40 subjects that were developed by academics affiliated with major universities across the country. […]

Articles Reuters

Your Money: How college fast-trackers save time and money

For most students, getting their college bachelor’s degree takes four years. For some, five. For Michelle Schroeder-Gardner? Three. The 28-year-old financial blogger from St. Louis graduated in business administration and management in 2010, and then later got a finance MBA. By stacking credits while still in high school and taking a heavy course load in […]

Articles Teens Got Cents

Freshman Year For Free!

Source:  TeensGotCents.com Freshman Year For Free! BY EVA Freshman year for free? Yes! And yes, I mean FREE. No catches, no gimmicks, FREE! If you have visited TGC’s for any length of time you know there are very few things that really get me fired up. I mean, over the top giddy, and I am so […]

Articles RealClearPolitics

How to Really Make College Free

Source:  RealClearPolitics As President-elect Trump reviews policy ideas to help poor and working class citizens and to “make America great again”, there is one education idea that is both exceptionally simple to implement and exceptionally valuable. Namely, create a national digital public library of online college courses, available to everyone on a tuition free basis. […]

Articles Breitbart

Breitbart: Texas State University Boasts ‘Freshman Year For Free’ Program

Imagine no college tuition or loans — at least for one year, the freshman year. The Texas State University System (TSUS) boasts they will do just that in 2016, rolling out the Freshman Year for Free program, except it is not totally free, nor is it actually for everyone. Texas State University System (TSUS) announced last Thursday that it teamed up […]

Articles Inside Higher Ed

Would-Be Disruptor Shifts Gears

Source: Inside Higher Ed Modern States Education Alliance, an organization initially billed as an accreditor for nontraditional providers of education, is changing its focus and taking a more direct route to increasing access to higher education, its founders say. David Bergeron and Steven Klinsky, two of the founders behind Modern States, previewed their concept for […]

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