In case you missed it, there have been major changes regarding your student loans. President Donald Trump signed the CARES Act, which includes a $2 trillion stimulus package Continue reading Here’s Everything That’s Happened With Your Student Loans In 2 Weeks
Denver, Colo., February 2, 2020—Tribal colleges and universities are unlike any other higher education institution. Cheryl Crazy Bull, president and CEO Continue reading New Article Shows Tribal Colleges and Universities’ Unique Role in Building American Indian Nations
Native American college students have unique needs and challenges in higher education. Navigating their developing career paths while honoring their indigenous identities and communities is Continue reading American Indian College Fund Publishes Free Career Planning Guide
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“Community” is the word graduating senior Alanna Pyke utters most often when reflecting on her time at Yale College. Continue reading Finding a Place to Belong at Yale and Beyond
Reading books by Latina writers taught me our stories were worthy of being told.
I grew up in Bushwick, Brooklyn, in the 1980s, in what felt like a forgotten neighborhood. Abandoned buildings loomed over piles Continue reading I Was ‘Too Much’ for Boarding School. But I Had the Garcia Sisters.
A Music Student with Financial Hardship Will Receive a Four-Year Scholarship, Worth up to $200,000 USD Toward a Bachelor’s Degree at Berklee College of Music in Boston Continue reading Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation Announces the Julio Iglesias Scholarship
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The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities has chosen UC Davis’ Raquel Aldana as one of 24 fellows for the association’s inaugural Presidential Leadership Academy Continue reading Meet Raquel Aldana: A Leader Increasing Hispanic Representation
Empowerment. It’s a cornerstone of Prospanica’s mission. Founded in 1988, Prospanica, formally the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, strives to empower the Hispanic and Latin community to achieve its Continue reading Prospanica creates scholarship fund, assisting students pursuing undergraduate and post-graduate degrees
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Cuba native Diley (Dyla) Hernandez was in high school when she became fascinated by psychology and decided she wanted to pursue it as Continue reading Showing Latino Students “You Can Do It!”
MBA degrees cost a lot of money. Harvard’s MBA will set you back by $150,000 in tuition fees alone. But increasingly, it looks like the heavy investment is worth it. Continue reading MBA Salaries Hit Record High