Tag: college

VIDEO: Phil Murphy Wants N.J. To Pay For Illegal Immigrants’ College Tuition

First it was subsidized attorneys… Now New Jersey is going to give out subsidized illegal immigrant college tuition? Save Jersey contributor Katie Cericola explains why Governor Phil Murphy’s new ploy is a sure loser for New Jersey’s taxpayers and more than a little Read More

Is this Wayne, N.J. college student facing expulsion for free speech?

By Alex Cucciniello _ I have been in college now for three years, and being a political science major, you get to experience many differing political views. I think this is a necessary and an amazing thing; I love the lively Read More

Kean: Murphy’s “free” college plan is irresponsible, wrongheaded

TRENTON, N.J. — Democrat Governor Phil Murphy’s proposed FY 2019 budget includes $50 million for just year one of a phased-in “free” New Jersey community college program; $45 million of the allotment will go to students with average family incomes below $45,000. “We Read More

Unpopular Opinion: College loans should be as difficult to obtain as mortgages!

By Matt Rooney _ You’re going to read/hear a lot about student loans this week, Save Jerseyans. That’s because President Trump’s new spending plan would make some big changes to future borrowers’ loan opportunities including eliminating subsidized loans utilized by roughly Read More

Rutgers opts to keep Weinstein money as California school rejects it

The University of Southern California is turning down a $5 million gift from embattled Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, less than a week after Rutgers University announced it will not return a smaller donation Weinstein made to that school. Rutgers reaffirmed Read More

Murphy, Christie act like they’re playing with Monopoly money

You may not have realized it, Save Jerseyans, but Monday was an exceptionally expensive day in your life as a New Jersey taxpayer. First out of the block, current Governor Chris Christie kicked things off by announcing the latest stage Read More

Should N.J. copy N.Y.’s tuition-free college program? Not so fast, state says

TRENTON — Now that New York has decided to offer a tuition-free program at its public colleges and universities, New Jersey lawmakers have been wondering: Should the Garden State take a similar approach? The answer: Not so fast, state officials Read More

Pence Highlights Administration’s Commitment to School Choice in Meeting With Black College Leaders

Vice President Mike Pence stressed to a group of college administrators that the Trump administration is committed to greater education choice for elementary and high school students. “Parents on an increasing basis are able choose for their young children the Read More