Student Retention

Higher One Launches Financial Literacy Month with Financial Literacy Grant Open to Colleges and Universities Nationwide

Higher One, a technology and payment services company focused on higher education, has announced its second annual Financial Literacy Counts grant program designed to support financial literacy initiatives for undergraduate students nationwide. This announcement comes during the month of April, recognized by Congress as Financial Literacy Month, and is an example of Higher One’s continued mission to support financial literacy among college students by providing resources and promoting financial literacy initiatives on college campuses.

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Report Addresses College Graduation Rates for Latinos

In Texas, which has the country’s second-largest Latino population, experts say that closing the gap in college graduation rates between Latinos and Anglos will be critical to ensuring that the state has an educated workforce in the next 20 years.

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Connecticut May Let College Students Skip Remedial Classes

Remedial help may be bundled into regular college-level courses under a new bill in the state Senate.

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Three Rivers Systems shows off Degree Audit features

As the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers annual meeting kicks off in Philadelphia this week, it’s no secret that retention and student success are top-of-mind priorities at higher education institutions today.

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Community College to Charge More for Top Courses

For years now, administrators at the community college here have been inundated with woeful tales from students unable to register for the courses they need.

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Hope College Looking To Boost Female Participation In Science Related Fields

Hope College is taking part in a national effort aimed at growing the number of women who work in fields related to science, technology, engineering and math.

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Campuses Offer Array Of Help To First-Generation Students

West Virginia University President Jim Clements knows firsthand some of the obstacles faced when students are the first in their family to go to college.

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Early To Rise, Early To Learn: Colleges Offer 6 A.M. Classes

For early risers and those with busy schedules, 6 a.m. college classes have become a more-common option.

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