U.S. Department of Education announces Dec. 31 rollout for new FAFSA
Schools and applicants have been waiting eagerly for the announcement after the agency said on March 21 that it would roll out the form in December
Campus food pantries are seeing greater demand — and more state dollars
SOUTH BRONX, New York City — In the South Bronx, one of the nation’s poorest communities, Hostos Community College has long positioned itself as an educational pathway out of poverty. But to make that journey, many Hostos students must contend with more than their schoolwork. Without the school’s child care center, students who are single […]
We should be sounding the alarm on safety issues for college women | Opinion
Increasing attention to confidential resources could be a promising step in making women more comfortable and in control of their experience.
SNAP eligibility expanded to include college students, state officials confirm
During a briefing with reporters, state Department of Human Services Secretary Teresa Miller said new federal funding approved in December made this change in SNAP benefits, popularly known as food stamps, possible.