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How to go to college if you're undocumented and living in Mississippi

Many undocumented students from Mississippi aren’t sure if they’re allowed to attend universities, or how they’ll fund it. This series of posts will help answer the first, most basic question: … 406 more words


ACLU Sues Missouri Colleges for Denying Illegal Immigrants In-State Tuition

From The Daily Signal, by Natalie Johnson, Oct 2015

The American Civil Liberties Union filed multiple lawsuits in Missouri last week on behalf of three college students who claim they were wrongfully barred from receiving in-state tuition because of their immigration status under President Barack Obama’s executive action. 531 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Voices: Residency programs make colleges more accessible

When given the choice between paying in-state or out-of-state tuition, most students would consider this to be a no-brainer. In addition to the lower price tag, I don’t know any anyone who wants to still be paying off student loans when they’re 40. 442 more words


New Hampshire’s Universities will face in-state tuition increase

by Sarah-Ellen Calise

On Monday, June 29, the University System Of New Hampshire (USNH) announced  that in-state tuition would increase. This came after a two-year freeze, due to lack of state funding. 431 more words

Undocumented students want in-state tuition

RALEIGH, N.C. — Maria Cortez-Perez has lived in High Point since she was two years old. But when she graduated from Southwest Guilford High School last year, she was told she did not qualify for in-state tuition rates. 294 more words


The 84th Lege is Over!

Well, this time around, I didn’t get to blog much about Lege happenings. My compadres in the blogosphere did a lot of good writing and that was good enough for me. 251 more words

Texas Lege

Study: Public colleges more exclusive, less responsive to low-income, local students

With college costs rising faster than inflation, lack of affordability has forced some students to pursue non-traditional or less ideal higher education avenues and others to sacrifice college altogether. 978 more words