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Fitchburg High School Graduate Donates Scholarship to Other Students

Recent Fitchburg High School graduate Verda Tetteh performed an inspirational act of generosity when she asked her Massachusetts high school to re-allocate a scholarship she was awarded to other students.

Dartmouth Drops Online Cheating Charges Against Med Students

The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College has dropped all charges against a group of 17 students accused of cheating on their remote tests. 

Wells Fargo Teams Up With Schools to Bridge Racial Wealth Divide

Seven colleges and universities across the country are collaborating with Wells Fargo to help students fight hunger, student loan debt, and other financial hardships.

University of Chicago to Award Doctorate to Slain Student

The University of Chicago will grant a posthumous doctorate to a financial economics student who was killed in a random shooting in January.

JP Morgan Launches Scholarship Program for HBCUs

Multinational investment bank and financial services company JP Morgan Chase recently teamed up with the United Negro College Fund to create an HBCU scholarship program.

Ed Secretary Cardona: Trans Athletes Have a ‘Right to Compete’

US Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said transgender athletes have the right to compete and suggested that the Biden administration will look at measures to protect these students against a rising number of anti-transgender bills.

How to Pay for College: 10 Surefire Strategies

No one wants to come away from college saddled with tens of thousands of dollars in student debt. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to fund your education without breaking the bank.

South Carolina HBCU Clinton College Cuts Tuition by 50 Percent

Clinton College in Rock Hill will be cutting tuition by 50 percent this fall semester to ease the financial strain on families negatively impacted by the pandemic.