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A way for you to go to college

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – If you have wanted to go to college, but didn't think you could afford it, there is a way to get answers.

In fact, despite all the talk over budget cuts in Austin and in Washington, more federal money is available for college this year than last.  That's why KCBD, NewsChannel11 is partnering with "College for All Texans" to match that money with prospective students.

Watch KCBD, NewsChannel 11 at 5,6,10 as we broadcast the 2011 College Affordability Phone Bank live from Austin.  Learn more about free grants, scholarships, and low interest loans. Older adults who want to go back to school or who need to be re-trained due to a planned career change or a job lay-off can also qualify.

Today is dedicated to callers only on the south plains.  Whether you're a parent or a student, it's your chance to find out about the billions of untouched dollars that are available for Texans to use to further their education.  More information is also available at www.CollegeForAllTexans.com.

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