How to “Love your Wallet” This Tax Season

By Eli Soria|February 19, 2019

By Eli Soria of The Student Accounts Office – Financial Success Program With the beginning of the 2019 New Year, qualified students will receive the 1098-T form, which is used by educational institutions to report amounts paid toward qualified tuition

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Louisiana Keeps Free Tuition Program.

By Bridge Staff|June 25, 2015

Community College Daily reported that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal vetoed a bill  that would have trimmed away some of the benefits of the state’s free college tuition program.  The program will cost the state $265 million dollars next year, but

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The Fight for Tuition Equality moves to the state house

By Justin Price|February 20, 2013

Salem, Oregon—On Monday, February 18th, The Bridge reported that on February 13th, students from PCC and other colleges around the state convened on the state capital in Salem to encourage legislators to vote in favor of Tuition Equity, House Bill

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Small Grants for Artists now Available

By Bridge Staff|January 25, 2013

The Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) has received a $75,000 grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation. This grant is for  to provide a set of mini-grants of $500-$5000 for artists who are ‘flying under the radar’ and who might

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