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Two $50,000 gifts to Tallahassee Community College are aimed at helping students with diabetes.
With applications for state student aid down this year, California community college officials are reminding undocumented students that they are eligible for assistance through the California Dream Act.
MentorLinks grants include travel support for the faculty members selected as mentees to visit their mentor's college.
Community colleges look to match funding with their mission.
New college presidents, retirements, kudos and appointments across the U.S.
The new chair of the House Education and the Workforce Committee says she would abolish the U.S. Education Department if she could.
The American Association of Community Colleges is preparing to expand its work on guided pathways.
The biggest challenge for using open content is the lack of awareness.
A new report and interactive map highlight student debt-related issues at the state and congressional district levels — and show where lawmakers stand on key initiatives.
Enrollment at community colleges continues to slide, while public four-year colleges see a slight increase.
Senate Democrats have asked for a federal study on food insecurity among college students.
Virginia college students and recent graduates had high hopes that state lawmakers would pass bills to help students refinance loans or increase oversight of lenders.
A Kentucky plan would overhaul the funding strucuture for public higher education institutions starting next year.
Forty-seven percent of surveyed community college students say they could possibly drop out because they don’t have the financial resources to cover tuition and living expenses.
The Doug and Maria DeVos Foundation has awarded a $60,000 grant to a Michigan college program that helps local high school students with math and college and career preparation.
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