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A new report shows that 94 percent of the system’s undergraduate degree programs yield positive economic outcomes for graduates.
Pulling federal money from colleges would happen only after a long, complicated process. For the Education Department, it would be a “nuclear option.”
Students at the University of Delaware can apply for an invite-only scholars program that infuses cohort connections with study abroad experiences, culminating in a capstone presentation.
Staff and student employees at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities offer one-on-one advising sessions to assist learners with finding and joining student organizations that align with their goals.
Administrators, who cited alleged violations of the policies in acting against the groups, confirm they made the changes unilaterally.
Pell Grants were officially restored for incarcerated students in July. But helping them access the funds is a multi-step process for colleges and corrections agencies.
A new article published in the Harvard Educational Review found faculty and staff can implement three strategies that result in changed behavior among first-generation and low-income students in accessing campus resources.