Federal financial aid awarding and distribution has been an ongoing problem in the US. Both local and international students utilize financial aid in order to supplement their tuition and fees which can be extremely high. However, many colleges and universities and especially large for-profit colleges and universities view federal financial aid as a revenue stream rather than as a means to improve the lives of students
Attending a college or university can be very difficult for new and traditional students. However, the college student that is studying at an undergraduate or perhaps the graduate level quickly recognizes that taking advantage of the academic benefits that certain types of technologies are able to impart to the student make college and university courses much more agreeable.
College tuition for in-state and out-of-state students as well as international students are receiving a break. Tuition at colleges and universities has been going up for years and, in fact, is still going up. But, the rate at which it has been increasing, which has far outpaced inflation, is finally slowing a bit.
The iPhone and now with the iPhone 5 release, is a ubiquitous device on most college and university campuses. While many might casually assume that college and university students are using their iPhones just for texting, talking and social networking, a quick analysis indicates that college and university students are able to utilize their iPhones in new and unique ways because of the host of iPhone apps that are available and useful to the college student.