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Champlain College Launches Virtual Gap Program

by | June 15, 2020 For students looking to delay their college start date due to the impact of COVID-19, Champlain Read more

University of Michigan’s Kessler Scholars Program for First-Generation Students Expands to Other Institutions

by | May 27, 2020
The Kessler Presidential Scholars Program, which was established at the College of Literature, [...] Read more

First-Year Students at Edward Waters College to Receive Laptops

by | April 28, 2020
Starting in the fall, first-year students at the historically Black Edward Waters College (EWC) [...] Read more

Love in the Time of the Coronavirus

by | March 23, 2020
The world is in a panic and chaos brews in the media and in the communities where we live. H [...] Read more

Community Colleges Prepare for Coronavirus, Distance Learning

by | March 15, 2020
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) declared a pandemic Wednesday by the World Health Organization [...] Read more

Higher Learning Advocates Policy Brief Suggests Measures to Improve Part-Time Student Success

by | February 26, 2020
The brief, “Policies Impacting Today’s Part-Time Students: Boosting College Access and Comp [...] Read more

U Michigan’s LSA Debuts New Facility For Transfer Students’ Success

by | January 23, 2020
The University of Michigan College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) recently debuted a [...] Read more

New UPenn Scholarship Aims to Diversify Urban Planning

by | December 9, 2019
After CEO and co-founder of L+M Development Partners Ron Moelis noticed a dearth group of diver [...] Read more

WSU Introduces New Initiative that Offers Free Tuition for Detroit High School Graduates

by | October 25, 2019
Graduates of Detroit public schools and Detroit residents with high school diplomas are eligibl [...] Read more

PSU Receives Grant to Help Low-Income Students

by | October 15, 2019
Portland State University (PSU) received a $277,000 grant from the Supplemental Nutrition Assis [...] Read more

Stepping Away from the Brink – Part IV – The Access and Affordability Challenge

by Edward Summers, Adriel A. Hilton & Lessie Branch | October 12, 2019
The challenges in higher education are clear. By exploring the two key challenges of access and [...] Read more

Common App Receives Two Grants to Help Underrepresented Students Attend College

by | September 25, 2019
Common Application, a nonprofit higher education application organization, announced that they [...] Read more

Syracuse Law Furthers Commitment to Access, Diversity in Legal Profession

by | June 1, 2019
A new agreement between Syracuse University College of Law and Clark Atlanta University, Moreho [...] Read more

Dwight Watson Named Chancellor of UW-Whitewater

by | May 28, 2019
Dr. Dwight C. Watson has been named the 17th chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Whitew [...] Read more

Diversity Abroad Conference to Focus on Inclusive Excellence in Global Education

by | February 20, 2019
More than 700 senior international administrators, student affairs professionals, study abroad [...] Read more
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