Posts tagged: College Tuition - Diverse
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State Cuts to Higher Education Funding Shift the Burden to Students

by | October 24, 2019 A new report by the Center on Budget and Public Policy Priorities shows state disinvestment in Read more

Representatives Introduce Pell Grant Sustainability Act

by | October 14, 2019
U.S. Representative Susie Lee and Sean Casten have collaborated to create the Pell Grant Sustai [...] Read more

UVA Extends Financial Aid to In-State DACA Students

by | August 6, 2019
University of Virginia is now extending financial aid benefits to in-state students from the De [...] Read more

Policy Research: College Promise Programs Are Excluding Student Parents

by Pearl Stewart | June 27, 2019
Twenty percent of college students in the United States are raising children, yet the much-tout [...] Read more

Out of State, District Northwest Arkansas Community College Students to See Tuition Increase

by | March 12, 2019
Several students at Northwest Arkansas Community College (NWACC) who don’t live in its Benton [...] Read more

Cornish College of the Arts Announces Tuition Decrease by 20 Percent

by | January 30, 2019
Cornish College of the Arts has announced it will lower tuition by 20 percent, resetting it to [...] Read more

New York Governor Proposes Tighter Regulations for NY’s For-Profit Colleges

by Lois Elfman | January 16, 2019
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 2019-20 budget proposal released this week, includes new reg [...] Read more

Report: OSU Makes Strides in Achieving College Affordability

by | December 28, 2018
The Ohio State University (OSU) has made strides in making college education more affordable fo [...] Read more

Petition for Potential Freeze on SC College Tuition Receives Warm Reaction

by | October 18, 2018
A bill that would briefly stop increases in South Carolina college tuition was recently present [...] Read more

DACA Student Enrollment Decreases at Maricopa Community Colleges

by | September 25, 2018
As a result of an Arizona Supreme Court ruling made earlier this year which made Deferred Actio [...] Read more

Improving Financial Literacy Among Students of Color, Especially Millennials

by | September 21, 2018
Time and time again, I overhear people speaking about how they wish they would have learned the [...] Read more

Benedict College’s Bold Move to Lower Tuition: Ask Us ‘Why Not?’

by Emmanuel Lalande | July 27, 2018
Nearly 150 years after its founding, with a bold approach to student success in the face of soc [...] Read more

Once-Homeless Teen Gets Full Ride to Harvard

by Associated Press | May 24, 2018
Philadelphia teen Richard Jenkins used to sleep in a homeless shelter and was nicknamed “ [...] Read more

Regents Approve Tuition, Fee Increase at Southeast Missouri

by Associated Press | May 14, 2018
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. Southeast Missouri State University’s tuition and fees will increase [...] Read more

Study: When College Tuition Goes Up, Campus Diversity Goes Down

by Associated Press | April 26, 2018
As college tuition continues to rise at a staggering rate, people tend to worry about how much [...] Read more
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