Posts tagged: Debt - Diverse


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A Window for Change: 2020 Highlights Challenge to Fragile Community Residents

by Harry L. Williams | August 7, 2020 Americans love stories about unlikely heroes. We love to watch or read about individuals who fl Read more

Policy Brief Suggests Reforms to Address Student Debt Crisis During the Pandemic

by | April 22, 2020
In the first draft of the $2 trillion United States federal government stimulus package, a canc [...] Read more

Wake Forest Supporting First-Generation Students Via Magnolia Scholars Program

by | January 15, 2020
With the rise in tuition costs, Wake Forest University looked to develop an opportunity for all [...] Read more

Warren Aims to End Student Debt, If Elected

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If elected president, Senator Elizabeth Warren plans to forgive existing student loan debt on h [...] Read more

UVA School of Nursing Receives $20M to Fund Scholarships and Increase Program Diversity

by | January 12, 2020
The University of Virginia School of Nursing received $20 million to fund scholarships and incr [...] Read more

Reports: Underrepresented Students at Illinois Institutions Impacted by Budget Cuts

by | October 30, 2019
A recent period of higher education cutbacks in Illinois has created affordability and equity [...] Read more

Improvements to FAFSA Eagerly Anticipated

by Lois Elfman | September 19, 2019
Speaking at the National College Access Network (NCAN) conference earlier this week. Mark A. Br [...] Read more

Study Finds Debt Differences Between Various Degree-Holders

by | August 12, 2019
A recent study found that those who have completed a four-year degree or, in some cases, no deg [...] Read more

University of Oklahoma President Says $1B Debt Not Uncommon

by Associated Press | June 23, 2018
NORMAN, Okla.— The president of the University of Oklahoma says the school’s nearly $1 bill [...] Read more

Mizzou’s Policy May Disadvantage Low-Income Students

by Ernest Ezeugo | July 23, 2017
In an effort to curb student debt, the University of Missouri (Mizzou) has taken a controversia [...] Read more

NEA President Lily Eskelson García ‎Advocates Educational Equality for All

by Christina Sturdivant | September 21, 2016
Lily Eskelsen García, president of the National Education Association has dedicated her career [...] Read more