Stories tagged: "college"


Maria Dominguez speaking into megaphone
Arizona Resolution Could Allow Undocumented Students to Pay In-State Tuition

Undocumented students currently have to pay 150% of tuition at state universities. A proposed resolution could qualify them for in-state rates.

Photo courtesy of Alexis Kallen
This Arizona Yale Student Has Been Advocating for Marginalized Communities — And She’s Just Getting Started

From Bullhead City to Ivy League, Alexis Kallen plans to practice law as a form of advocacy for those disadvantaged by the US legal system.

The University of Alabama, in Tuscaloosa, is home to one of the largest college outbreaks of COVID-19 in the United States (Shutterstock/Travel_with_me).
Over 8,700 Positive COVID-19 Cases Reported on College Campuses in August, Creating Turmoil This Fall

Without a national coronavirus strategy, colleges face testing students and quarantining them on their own, creating havoc as schools attempt to reopen around the United States.

Student loan borrowers gain victory in Senate
Senate Votes to Stop DeVos From Further Hurting Defrauded Students

“She made it extremely difficult for these students to get any relief. These schools take the money and run, and the students end up holding the bag with massive debts."

DACA Supporters|Andrea Jaramillo via Cronkite News
Arizona Republican Wants to Allow Dreamers to Pay In-State Tuition

DACA recipients’ fight to be eligible for in-state tuition has a new, unlikely leader - a Republican lawmaker from Prescott.

Mesa
Mesa Steps Up and Commits to Send More Students to Community College

The city of Mesa is starting a new program to help students pay for higher education costs left over after federal aid is applied.