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On the other hand, for those who enrolled at least some--but not all--of their farms, the difficulty of explaining the program to their landlords was by far the most important reason cited for not enrolling more units.
Sometimes, it's the daunting task of having to decide where contributions should go that keeps people from enrolling in these programs.
Students are encouraged to enroll and complete the first two areas, English and Math, before enrolling in subsequent areas.
Then took at yield: It seems logical that since most colleges have yield rates lower than 50--in fact, tower than 30--percent, the process of attracting and enrolling new students is far more difficult and expensive (and frustrating
Ed Pardo, Mission College spokesman, noted that although parking is free at the college, students are having to park in a remote lot and take a shuttle to campus while a new parking garage is under construction, which may discourage some from enrolling.
As a safeguard against, incorrect withdrawals, taxpayers enrolling under the ACH Debit method can indicate the maximum amount of funds that should be transferred from their accounts for each type of tax.
Additional savings on health care costs are also available to those who are enrolled in the Medicare Savings Programs or state Medicaid programs by enrolling into the Medicare Special Needs Plan offered by Southeast Community Care, which offers lower co-payments and broader benefits than most standard Medicare Advantage Plans.
The number of people age 50 and older enrolling in community college classes has steadily declined over the years, according to the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.