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Thomas Edison State U Reduces Tuition for Undergrads Taking Summer Courses

| March 31, 2020 Adult-focused Thomas Edison State University (TESU) said Monday it will lower its tuition rate Read more

New York’s Tuition Free Program Leaves Out Many Low-Income, Community College Students

by | March 30, 2020
The Excelsior Scholarship, New York’s tuition-free program, only reaches a small portion of l [...] Read more

Community College National Legislative Summit Tackles Policy Priorities

by | February 10, 2020
Community college presidents and trustees on Monday gathered at the Community College National [...] Read more

Walsh College Becomes First Institution to Partner with Detroit Promise

by | January 8, 2020
Walsh College announced a partnership with Detroit Promise to offer an opportunity for communit [...] Read more

University of New Haven Partners With New Haven Promise to Offer More Scholarships

by | January 7, 2020
The University of New Haven recently partnered with New Haven Promise to provide students an ex [...] Read more

American University Launches Full Scholarship Program for D.C. Resident Students

by | December 18, 2019
American University (AU) set aside $3 million to create full scholarships for Washington D.C. b [...] 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

Free College for Whom? The Emergent Barriers of Free Public College Policies

by Sarah Sidoti | October 14, 2019
After decades of mounting student debt and rising tuition costs that accelerate at a pace that [...] 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

How The Dastardly “D” Prevents Getting to the “E” in Equity

by Christopher M. Mullin |
Time and again we in higher education see polls that show students are not prepared for the wor [...] 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

Stepping Away From The Brink

by Edward Summers & Adriel A. Hilton | May 5, 2019
It seems every time we take a look at higher education publications, we read about a college or [...] Read more

Former Delaware State University Staffer Pleads Guilty to Tuition Bribery Scheme

by | April 18, 2019
Former Delaware State University associate registrar Crystal Martin plead guilty to taking brib [...] Read more

Telling the HBCU Story

by Samaad Wes Keys & Edward Smith-Lewis, Jr. | November 16, 2018
Since their founding, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have been an importa [...] Read more
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