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Opportunity Lost: Net Price and Equity at Public Flagship Institutions
(Institute for Higher Education Policy, 2019-09-01)
While the best path to economic mobility is still a college degree, higher education remains unaffordable for many of those who could benefit the most. America’s public flagship institutions hold enormous potential for ...
The Effect of Reduced Student Loan Borrowing on Academic Performance and Default: Evidence from a Loan Counseling Experiment
(Annenberg Institute at Brown University, 2019-06-01)
Student loan borrowing for higher education has emerged as a top policy concern. Policy makers at the institutional, state, and federal levels have pursued a variety of strategies to inform students about loan origination ...
Public Higher Education Affordability in The South: Regional Profile 2018
(Southern Regional Education Board, 2019-03-01)
A synthesis of trends in the SREB region — including tuition, graduation rates, family income and financial aid — to help state policymakers assess the affordability issue and the need to address it.
Unlawfully Present Aliens, Higher Education, In-State Tuition, and Financial Aid: Legal Analysis
State measures that would deny or provide access to public institutions of higher education, instate tuition, and financial aid to unlawfully present aliens have been challenged on various grounds. While these grounds can ...
Women and Higher Education 2000: Michigan, A Smart State For Women?
(University of Michigan, Center for the Education of Women, 2000)
Since 1964, the mission of the University of Michigan, Center for the Education of Women has been to lower barriers to women’s full participation in education and employment within the University and the larger society. ...
The 20% Solutions: Selective Colleges Can Afford to Admit More Pell Grant Recipients
(Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2017-05-02)
This report illustrates that if every college was required to have at least 20 percent Pell Grant recipients, an additional 72,000 Pell students would have to be admitted to 346 colleges and universities, half of which are ...
Demographic and Academic Characteristics of Pell Grant Recipients at Community Colleges
(Community College Research Center, 2013-11-01)
Using data on more than 50,000 community college students who first enrolled during the 2005–06 academic year at one of nine community colleges in three large states, this paper presents demographic and academic characteristics ...
Navigating Graduate School: Resource Guide for Undocumented Students
(Santa Clara Law Digital Commons, Immigration Law & Policy Practicum Projects, 2018)
This guide will detail the legal and practical concerns of undocumented students who are contemplating or currently pursuing a graduate school education. Each section is divided into important milestones that occur during ...
Fact Sheet: LGBT Discrimination in Higher Education Financial Aid
(Center for American Progress, 2017)
This report provides facts about LGBT discrimination in higher education financial aid.
Laws & Policies Improving Access to Higher Education for Immigrants
(National Immigration Law Center, 2017-10-01)
Currently, at least twenty states and the District of Columbia have laws or policies allowing students who meet specific requirements, regardless of their immigration status, to pay in-state tuition rates at public ...