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Will New PLUS Loan Regulations Be Enough To Get HBCU Students Back In Class?

The Education Department has loosened credit requirements for the PLUS Loan program used by parents and college students, but some say the changes are not enough to get all of the students adversely impacted by the program back in the classroom. 123 more words

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#FlashbackFriday | Amber Covington (#ChesnuttArchives) Recounts Day Spent at 2014 THATCamp Piedmont at Davidson College (10.24.2014)

On Saturday, October 18th I attended THATCamp Piedmont at Davidson College. This daylong session included several discussions about digital humanities among people interested in collaborating, building, and sharing their ideas from a range of disciplines and specialties. 254 more words

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Will new PLUS loan regulations be enough to get HBCU students back in class?

The Education Department has loosened credit requirements for the PLUS Loan program used by parents and college students, but some say the changes are not enough to get all of the students adversely impacted by the program back in the classroom. 139 more words

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Will New PLUS Loan Regulations Be Enough To Get HBCU Students Back In Class?

The Education Department has loosened credit requirements for the PLUS Loan program used by parents and college students, but some say the changes are not enough to get all of the students adversely impacted by the program back in the classroom. 139 more words

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Will New PLUS Loan Regulations Be Enough To Get HBCU Students Back In Class?

The Education Department has loosened credit requirements for the PLUS Loan program used by parents and college students, but some say the changes are not enough to get all of the students adversely impacted by the program back in the classroom. 139 more words

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Will New PLUS Loan Regulations Be Enough To Get HBCU Students Back In Class?

The Education Department has loosened credit requirements for the PLUS Loan program used by parents and college students, but some say the changes are not enough to get all of the students adversely impacted by the program back in the classroom. 139 more words

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