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Success Program Launch: Scholarship and Support for Native American Learners

Starting in January, Salt Lake Community College will waive tuition for all Native students enrolled at the institution, regardless of part- or full-time status.

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How AI Could Address Financial Aid Office Woes

As the offices struggle to give students consistent information about loan repayments and the FAFSA delay, some institutions turn to AI to help.

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Scaling Up: Expanding Financial Wellness Education

Officials at Indiana University place special attention on financial knowledge to support students in paying for their postsecondary education and to improve persistence among learners.

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Making a Case for Race-Based Scholarships 

Race-based scholarships are a proven way to address systemic inequality, Noël Harmon writes.

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Weighing Perceptions Against Realities of Going to College

A new poll of high school students found that cost has a significant influence on the college they attend, but so do perceptions about the experience they’ll have there.

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In ‘Buyer’s Market,’ Tuition Increases Haven’t Outpaced Inflation

The College Board’s 2023 “Pricing and Student Aid” report shows that average published tuition and fees increased this year, but the increase was less than the rate of inflation.

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Overhaul of Financial Aid Formula Will Boost Pell Grant Eligibility

A new report by the State Higher Education Executive Officers Association estimates nearly 220,000 more students will qualify under the pending new federal aid formula.

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Opinion

Designing Scholarships With Intention

Choices in scholarship design and administration can determine whether scholarships open doors for students or (unintentionally) close them, Krista Chronister and tia north write.