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College of Marin Offering $2,000 Incentive to Win Back Students

College of Marin in California is offering a $2,000 incentive to financially disadvantaged students to persuade them to resume school this fall.

Illinois Students Develop New Way to Track Crime on Campus

A newly-developed crime map created by students from the mathematics and computer science department at the University of Illinois will help to track violence on campus.

Syracuse Supports Veterans Through Free Training Programs

The Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University is offering two free programs for military veterans to adjust to civilian life after discharge.

UTSA Creates Safe Space for Community To Discuss Critical Issues

The University of Texas at San Antonio has established an Office of Restorative Justice to discuss critical matters such as political and racial issues.

Cleveland to Offer Heavy Machine Operation Program to Students

Cleveland Community College is establishing a program to educate students in heavy machine operation starting this fall.

CAU Settles Unpaid Student Account Balances From 2020-2021

To encourage students to continue their education, Clark Atlanta University announced that unpaid student account balances from Spring 2020 to Summer 2021 have been settled.

New Hanover County Event Prepares High School Students for College

New Hanover County in North Carolina partnered with Cape Fear Community College and McDonald’s to help local high school students navigate higher education and the workplace.

CAU to Create 1,000 Black Entrepreneurs With Operation Hope

Clark Atlanta University recently announced a partnership with Operation HOPE in which the school will help create 1,000 Black entrepreneurs and business owners in the next two years.