The Starbucks Tuitional Deal Is Not As The Media Advertised It


ASU "said that, for each third- or fourth-year student, it would provide College Achievement Plan scholarships of $2,420 per semester, based on a student enrolled for 12 credits. Prices vary for ASU Online’s degree programs, but that CAP scholarship would cover about 40 percent of the cost of several of the lower-priced programs. Depending on their financial need, students could also be eligible for need-based university grants of up to $1,000 per semester, plus Pell Grants and other government student aid."  More @ The Chronicle of Higher Education   

 It's still not a bad deal and more corporations should help their employes is this sort of way.