Up to 100,000 people’s FAFSA information may have been breached last September, according to an article by CNN. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told CNN that hackers could have used someone’s personal information to fill out the FAFSA application. The “Data Retrieval Tool” would then fill in the tax information needed […]
Along with the state of Florida, UNF recognizes same-sex married students for tuition purposes. These couples will also be seen as legally married in the eyes of the OneStop administration. UNF also announced scholarships available for the 2015-2016 year. These scholarship range from $1000-$3000.
In high school Ms. Porubski, told Grechen Fields there was a way to get “free money” for college. The way was FAFSA. But this “free money” did not come at a small cost. Fields spent about a week collecting all the documents necessary to complete FAFSA. She then spent three hours […]
Mayor Brown holds series of Student Workshops Workshops to help potential Florida college students apply
By: Justin C. Porter, Contributing Writer Mayor Alvin Brown announced Feb. 29 a series of upcoming workshops designed to help students apply to colleges and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The seven workshops are free for students and taxpayers alike and are scheduled to begin March 31 […]
By Maggie Seppi, Contributing Writer For Jermaine Reynolds, the UNF Music Department played an important role in getting his voice heard on TVs across the country. Reynolds, a UNF music education senior, realized this when ABC aired an episode of “Karaoke Battle USA” on which he competed Sept. 2. He […]
The Music of Michael Jackson is making it’s debut in Jacksonville with the city’s Symphony Orchestra. Come dance in the aisles to the legendary King of Pop’s tunes.