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Student. com is the largest student accommodation marketplace that helps students find residential accommodation. The company differentiates itself from the other real estate marketplaces by focusing on the untapped student accommodation market, by connecting students to professional landlords; identifying and exploiting a niche in the property market. Student. com was founded by Luke Nolan in 2011 with Shakil Khan and John-Paul Jones joining in 2014.
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  • Colleges offer to pay tuition for part of grads' future salary
    The Seattle Times

    Colleges offer to pay tuition for part of grads' future salary

    As more students balk at the debt loads they face after graduation, some colleges are offering an alternative: We'll pay your tuition if you offer us a percentage of your future salary. Norwich University said Tuesday that it will become the latest school to offer this type of contract, known as an income-share agreement. Norwich's program is starting small, mainly with students who do not have access to other types of loans or those who are taking longer than the traditional eight semesters to finish their degree. “Norwich University is committed to offering this new way to help pay for college in a way that aligns incentives and helps reduce financial barriers to degree completion,” said Lauren Wobby, the school's chief financial officer and treasurer.

  • Paytm Mall's 2nd Campus Icon Programme to recruit 5,000 college students
    Business Standard India

    Paytm Mall's 2nd Campus Icon Programme to recruit 5,000 college students

    Paytm Mall, owned by Paytm Ecommerce Pvt. Ltd, on Friday launched the second edition of the Campus Icon programme, and aims to recruit 5000 college students. The industry-focused learning programme for five weeks is designed to help students to enhance their vocational capabilities. The participants will be assigned a variety of exercises in technology, marketing and sales that would enhance their skills. Top performers of the programme would be announced on October 10 in a ceremony at the Paytm Campus in Delhi NCR, and be awarded up to Rs 1 lakh in cash prize along with full-time job offers from Paytm Mall. Launched first in 2017, the programme recruited 2,200 students, the company said in a

  • Georgia Southern responds to student's apparent racist text
    WSAV

    Georgia Southern responds to student's apparent racist text

    STATESBORO, Ga. (WSAV) - The president of Georgia Southern University released a statement Friday addressing a student's use of a racial slur in a text. A screenshot circulating on social media allegedly shows a conversation between two new roommates. The girls exchange niceties, each saying they accidentally called one another. But the accidents don't stop there. One of the roommates sends another text saying “Her insta looks pretty normal not too ------ish.” She then sends another text to apologize, saying she meant to say “triggerish,” meaning “nothing triggered a red flag.” The screenshots were posted on Facebook and Twitter. Interim President Shelley Nickel released the following letter

  • Number of girls in IITs distressingly low, this needs to increase: President
    Business Standard India

    Number of girls in IITs distressingly low, this needs to increase: President

    President Ram Nath Kovind today said girls often outscore boys in board examinations, colleges and universities, but their number is "distressingly low" in the IITs and this has to increase. In 2017, of the 1,60,000 candidates who appeared for the IIT joint entrance examination, only 30,000 were girls. Of the 10,878 students who had been admitted to under graduate classes of the IITs in the same year, only 995 were girls, he said while delivering the 64th convocation address of IIT Kharagpur. "This issue continues to puzzle me.... This cannot go on, we need to do something about these numbers," Kovind said. "When one considers board exams, girls do very well. They often outscore boys. In colleges

  • Here's how to get free textbooks (and possibly improve your grade) at USC
    The Charlotte Observer

    Here's how to get free textbooks (and possibly improve your grade) at USC

    As the cost of college continues to increase, a growing number of University of South Carolina students may be able to save money by getting their textbooks for free. Free digital textbooks — which academics call Open Educational Resources, or OERs — can help reduce the $1,000 USC students and $1,346 Clemson University students pay every year for books and supplies. At least 24 professors in seven different colleges at USC offer OER textbooks for their students online, free of charge, said USC Librarian Aimee Freeman. Clemson offers a similar program, according to its website. Though USC lets professors make the final call on what to use as textbooks, the university — and especially student government

  • CNBC

    Here's how much students are saving to pay their own tuition bills

    Students have saved close to $8,000 for their education, according to Allianz. Students are now socking away more money towards their college tuition bill. This year, college students are saving an average of $7,801, up 17 percent from $6,678 in 2017, according to the second edition of the Allianz Tuition Insurance College Confidence Index.

  • Former Ohio State wrestling team doctor's alleged abuse victims now exceed 100
    Yahoo Sports

    Former Ohio State wrestling team doctor's alleged abuse victims now exceed 100

    When Ohio State launched an investigation into allegations of abuse against former wrestling team physician Dr. Richard Strauss in April, the university encouraged more victims to come forward.

  • Morningstar.com

    Taking a Loan to Pay for Kids' College? Read This First

    But it's not necessarily because parents want to shelter their kids from taking on loans. In many cases, it's because student loans won't cover the full cost of college. Federal student loan maximums haven't been updated for a decade and therefore have not kept pace with increasing college costs. Dependent students cannot have more than $31,000 in federal loans in total, and no more than $23,000 of this can be in subsidized loans. This maximum nearly doubles for nondependent undergraduate students ($57,500), and jumps to $138,500 for graduate and professional students ($224,000 for medical school students). Kantrowitz found that student loan growth has continued to rise among the latter two populations

  • MyNewsLA.com

    Kaiser Sponsoring 3rd Annual Inner City Capital Connections

    Share this article: Kaiser Permanente Southern California announced Monday that it is sponsoring Inner City Capital Connections, which provides free training, education and mentorship to small businesses located in economically under-resourced areas. It's the third consecutive year that Kaiser Permanente has sponsored ICCC in partnership with the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, a national nonprofit research and advisory organization. “ICCC had such a big influence on me,” said Vanessa Fagiolly, chief financial officer of Amerisal LLC, a graduate of the program. “When we first started our business, we only had four products for distribution. Now we have more than 50 and we're growing

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin praises Trump's diplomacy on Korean Peninsula, notes differences on Iran
    San Francisco Chronicle

    Russian President Vladimir Putin praises Trump's diplomacy on Korean Peninsula, notes differences on Iran

    HELSINKI (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin praises Trump's diplomacy on Korean Peninsula, notes differences on Iran.

  • Oberlin College withdraws subpoena targeting conservative news outlet
    The Washington Times

    Oberlin College withdraws subpoena targeting conservative news outlet

    Oberlin College has withdrawn a subpoena seeking journalistic communications from a conservative website that has reported extensively on race hoaxes and social-justice activism at the Ohio liberal arts college. The news outlet, Legal Insurrection, sought a court order protecting its communications on July 5, and Oberlin's counsel withdrew the subpoena on Wednesday. William A. Jacobson, a professor at Cornell Law School and the editor of the Legal Insurrection blog, said the subpoena posed a threat to the freedom of press.

  • UVA Students Blast School For Hiring Trump Aide And Frequent Defender
    HuffPost

    UVA Students Blast School For Hiring Trump Aide And Frequent Defender

    A group of students and faculty at the University of Virginia is attempting to