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NCAA President Emmert in Tokyo to Offer Advice on College Sports Body

by Jim Armstrong, Associated Press | August 30, 2017
TOKYO — NCAA president Mark Emmert offered Japanese sports industry leaders advice on forming [...] Read more

Lawsuit: Charlotte School of Law Defrauded Taxpayers Out of $285M

| August 28, 2017
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A lawsuit is accusing the Charlotte School of Law of defrauding taxpayers o [...] Read more

Maine Community College Tuition Frozen for Upcoming Year

by Associated Press |
PORTLAND, Maine — Tuition is being frozen at Maine’s seven community colleges for the comin [...] Read more

Education Department Issues New Round of Upward Bound Awards

by Amy Beth Hanson, Associated Press | August 24, 2017
These Upward Bound awards, which aid low-income students who aspire to attend college, are goin [...] Read more

Mizzou Announces New Grants for Low-income Students

by Associated Press |
COLUMBIA, Mo. — The University of Missouri in Columbia next year will offer scholarships for [...] Read more

Nation’s Oldest HBCU Focused on Sustainability

by Gia Savage | August 23, 2017
Alumni and experts weigh in on the future of 180-year-old Cheyney University as the nation’s [...] Read more

Pennsylvania to Forgive $30M in Loans to Cheyney University

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HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s state-owned university system has agreed to forgive $30 mi [...] Read more

Flint Scholarship Plan Gets $2M from Pistons Owner, Utility

by David Eggert, Associated Press |
LANSING, Mich. — Detroit Pistons owner Tom Gores and a major Michigan utility’s foundation [...] Read more

Knoxville College Clings to Hope of ‘Rebirth’

by | August 22, 2017
After Knoxville College lost its accreditation in 1997, it has struggled financially, and enrol [...] Read more

Stakeholders Call for Postponement of White House Initiative on HBCUs Conference

by Gia Savage | August 21, 2017
The White House Initiative on HBCUs annual conference is scheduled for September 17-19. However [...] Read more

St. Philip’s College Embraces Dual Identity

by Catherine Morris | August 17, 2017
Artemisia Bowden St. Philip’s College has the distinction of being both a historically Black [...] Read more

Veterans Get Expanded College Assistance Under Trump

by Darlene Superville, Associated Press |
BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — Military veterans are getting unlimited access to college assistance unde [...] Read more

Report: Student Borrowers Mired Deeper in Debt

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 16, 2017
More student loan borrowers are finding themselves deeper in debt and taking a longer time to p [...] Read more

No More Hawaiian Affairs Scholarships for Mainland Colleges

by Associated Press |
HONOLULU  — Scholarship money from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs will only be going to stud [...] Read more

University of Montana Lecturers Given 6-month Layoff Notices

by Associated Press |
MISSOULA, Mont. — The University of Montana has given about 40 non-tenured lecturers notice t [...] Read more