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MSU Receives $80,000 to Launch Financial Literacy Program

Montana State University was recently awarded a grant of nearly $80,000 from the Montana Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education to institute a financial literacy program.

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Inceptia Launches Online Resource for Higher Education Professionals

Inceptia has created a free online resource for higher education professionals, industry experts and others who want to help students be successful in building a strong financial foundation and furthering student success.

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Proposal Would Push More Sophomores Into U of Nebraska-Lincoln Dorms

A new proposal would require University of Nebraska-Lincoln sophomores who are struggling with their studies to live in dormitories.

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Ex-Soldier Seeks Change In How U of North Carolina Treats Veterans

A veteran of the war in Iraq who says she was denied in-state tuition when she applied to a school in the University of North Carolina system wants its leaders to change the way student veterans are handled.

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Utah Women Graduate From College Less Often Than Male Counterparts

Research shows Utah men and women struggle to get degrees.

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Northwest Offers Gender Neutral Housing

A housing initiative brought on by transgender students at Northwest Missouri State University went into effect this fall with 35 students participating in “gender-neutral housing.”

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Texas A&M Lays Accountability Path For Graduation Rates, Cost Effectiveness

As a statewide push intensifies to reduce higher education costs while making sure students graduate, Texas A&M University System officials Monday announced a report card system to ensure their institutions keep pace.

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Group Fights Higher Graduate School Tuition

Students leaders say their peers can't afford an increase.

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President: Wilberforce Will Correct Problems

A day after nearly Wilberforce University’s entire student body protested about on-going problems on campus and threatened to withdraw, top administrators said Thursday the school has been working to resolve their issues to keep the nation’s oldest historically black university open.

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NCAA Grad Rates Improving In Football, Basketball

More men's basketball players are taking advantage of the biggest shot of their life and earning a college diploma.

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