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Financial Aid Change Could Affect Many in Mississippi

by Charlie Benton | April 14, 2017
STARKVILLE, MSA A recent bill passed by the Mississippi Legislature could impact approximately [...] Read more

Experts: NY Free-College Model Positive, Not Perfect

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 11, 2017
While the state of New York’s new “tuition-free college” program may pave the way for sim [...] Read more
N.M. Art School Won’t Take New Students

N.M. Art School Won’t Take New Students

by Associated Press | April 07, 2017
SANTA FE, N.M. — The future of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design is in doubt after ne [...] Read more

College’s Abrupt Closing Raises Questions

by James F. Peltz ,Nina Agrawal and Paloma Esquivel | April 07, 2017
The abrupt closure of Westech College in Southern California marks the latest in a string of fa [...] Read more

Accreditors Must Prioritize Outcomes

by Antoinette Flores | March 30, 2017
One of the primary reasons students enroll in college is to improve their chances in the job ma [...] Read more

Justice Eludes Former Corinthian Students

by Ernest Ezeugo | March 30, 2017
Former Corinthian College students who were seeking to have their private loans discharged afte [...] Read more

Minnesota Legislature Considers Aid for Guardsmen

by Max Chao | March 30, 2017
Student veterans could see more tuition help if a bill passes the Minnesota Legislature. A bill [...] Read more

Bill Seeks Break for Employers Who Help Students

by Candace Talmadge | March 24, 2017
As student loan defaults rise at a double-digit pace, a bill recently introduced in the U.S. Ho [...] Read more
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