The University will give vouchers worth $400 to students, including DREAMERs, across its seven community colleges.
Some of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity members are accused of assaulting three Jewish students and hurling anti-Semitic slurs.
The community has demanded university not to give $2.5 million to the group as a part of the deal as it symbolizes endorsement of white nationalism.
The university has amended its agreement with Cape Ann Transportation Authority (CATA) to run free buses on selected routes.
Without the proper resources and help, some students may decide to leave school because they don’t know how to navigate this new environment.
The online training program would allow the users to recognize a struggling young person, ways to approach and resources that are available for help.
The CDN REACH initiative will develop resources for campus professionals to help students with diabetes and other life-altering chronic and invisible diseases.
The $3.1 million grants to be received by 7 organizations and colleges will address food and housing security, childcare, mental health among others.