Posts tagged: Low-Income Students - Diverse
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Reports Question Merits of Free Community College Programs

by Pearl Stewart | December 9, 2019 Scholars and education policy analysts are questioning whether two-year institutions and the st Read more

Am I Missing Something? How to Make Applying to Graduate School More Affordable

by | November 30, 2019
As more universities and graduate programs drop requirements to submit standardized test scores [...] Read more

Massasoit Community College Joins Boston’s Tuition-Free Community College Plan

by | November 7, 2019
Massasoit Community College will join Boston’s Tuition-Free Community College Plan, which aim [...] Read more

Free College Education Talk Is Cheap, Invest Now to Diversify and Secure the Future of Elite Colleges

by Susan Poser | October 29, 2019
Some of the Democratic candidates for president spend a lot of time talking about free college [...] Read more

Scholars Address Issues of Mobility in Higher Education

by Lois Elfman | October 27, 2019
Strategizing around how best to address policy makers on issues of access, student success and [...] 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

Report Puts Spotlight on Educational Opportunities in New Mexico

by | October 10, 2019
New Mexico’s educational system and an analysis of the state’s aid for low-income students [...] Read more

It’s Time to Hack the Gates in College Admissions Systems

by OiYan Poon and Marie Bigham | September 11, 2019
Research has found that admissions officers are more likely to recommend low-income students fo [...] Read more

IHEP Report Addresses Affordability at State Flagship Universities

by Lois Elfman | September 4, 2019
Most state flagship universities are not affordable for students from low- and middle-income b [...] Read more

What I Remember About Orientation as a Low-Income, First-Generation Student

by | August 27, 2019
You are poor. You are lucky. You are going to struggle. Among all the important, relevant inf [...] Read more

IHEP Summit Spotlights Financial Struggles of Low-Income, Working-Class Students

| May 21, 2019
Achieving equity for low-income students in post-secondary education requires getting down to [...] Read more

TICAS Calls on Congress to Address Disparities in College Funding

by | May 16, 2019
A new brief from The Institute for College Access and Success (TICAS) adds to growing research [...] Read more

Redefining Merit

by | April 25, 2019
Following the college admissions scandal, countless thought pieces have addressed inequity in c [...] Read more

Why We Had to be Our Own College Counselors and How Congress Can Help

by Christine Rodriguez | April 16, 2019
There’s been so much attention lately about the college admission scandal — rich parents tr [...] Read more

An A+ Punishment for Felicity And Others: Create Cy Pres Awards. For Real.

by Karen Gross | April 9, 2019
Those pleading guilty in the college admissions scandal can donate large sums of money to a cy [...] Read more
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