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SC to reject $14 million in federal money to defund Planned Parenthood

South Carolina ... giving South Carolina’s public colleges and universities more freedom to spend their “other fund” money as they saw fit. That money — $3.7 billion in total — comes from tuition, gif... read more

The SC Lottery gave $5 billion to schools. So why is tuition higher than ever?

As a result, tuition at both two-year and four-year colleges has more than doubled since 2000 ... Broken Promises Nabihah Kumte is the kind of student South Carolina wants to stay in-state for college ... read more

Converse College to reduce tuition by 43 percent

Officials said the new tuition would be the college's lowest since 2000, when tuition was below $16,000. Betsy Fleming, Converse's president, said the decision to slash tuition was the result of more ... read more

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LGBTQ advocates worry about politics in DeVos’ new civil rights probe

Caitlin Emma has more. — The Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights said ... Pennsylvania and South Carolina — has plummeted by more than 30 percent since 2008. Arizona leads the pack, spendin... read more


College prep should include safeguards for student health

Nick Peters has spent much of the summer preparing for freshman year at the University of South Carolina, more than 750 miles ... from Canisius College, said that point was underlined for him after he ... read more

3 reasons why a plan for free tuition won't work

The same pattern persists today: Undergraduate students at more costly colleges come from higher-income families. According to the National Postsecondary Student Aid ... have much higher college tuiti... read more

Federal funds awarded to low-income students in counties impacted by Florence

Also, more than $800,000 was provided for similar relief to students in South Carolina ... who owe on their tuition bill and who live in counties impacted by the storm. He said he wasn't sure at this ... read more

Explaining the Cost of College Tuition

When it comes to paying for college, tuition costs depend on large part on where students live. Some students attending four-year public colleges spend ... student in 2014, according to the Urban Inst... read more

The college where no student has paid tuition in 126 years

Berea College isn’t like most other colleges ... a rather diverse class—more than 40 percent of the student body identifies as racial minorities. Every couple of years, Berea College makes national ne... read more

Meet Three of the Lawyers Defending Harvard's Race-Conscious Admissions Policies

Everywhere he goes he makes friends… He was incredibly bright and a terrific law student.” “He’s one of the top trial lawyers in the country, not just one of the top Asian trial lawyers,” Paul Lee add... read more

The Daily 202: Expanded FBI probe into Kavanaugh allegations shows the leverage of three undecided GOP senators

Two other ... rights guaranteed under the First Amendment. Similar provisions are on the books in more than a dozen states, including Maryland, Minnesota and South Carolina, according to the [ACLU].” ... read more

Student costs down for college course materials

A measure introduced last session into the South Carolina ... schools if student aid wasn't sufficient, up from 30% who did so in 2008. Next year, more than 650 colleges and universities will use a to... read more



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