Campus Issues

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U.S. says $168M ITT for-profit student loans to be forgiven STLtoday.com Former students at ITT Technical Institute locations nationwide, including two in the St. Louis area, will not have to pay $168 million they still…


Funding roundup

In Wisconsin, Madison Area Technical College’s Innovation Grant program provided $26,999 to buy Hero, a simulation model dog used by veterinary technician students. Students can draw blood, insert a breathing tube or catheter and stop…


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…And Justice for All: Community colleges serving the middle class Brookings (blog) Middle-class students are at least as likely to attend two-year colleges as they are to attend public four-year colleges. It’s getting harder for…



Snapshots

A few photos from the American Association of Community Colleges’ Advocates in Action meeting this week in Washington, D.C. Matthew Dembickiis editor of Community College Daily and serves as publications director for the American Association…



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Commentary: Federal experiment won’t fix Work-Study Inside Higher Ed Two-year colleges receive only a fraction of what more privileged institutions receive in Federal Work-Study. Inmate-scholars do so well on Pell grants that the U.S. may…



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Some community colleges eye building dorms as housing solution Gazette Newspapers California’s affordable housing crisis has some community colleges looking to build dormitories. Apartment building now houses homeless students in Washington KOMO News Tacoma Community…


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Homeless in college: Students sleep in cars, on couches when they have nowhere else to go USA Today Kyshawna Johnson, 23, has experienced homelessness while pursuing a degree from California’s Citrus College, but she has…