The Hechinger Report recently published an article highlighting our national failure to sufficiently fund financial aid programs intended to help low-income students afford the cost of college. Due to insufficient funding and slashed budgets—and, in some states, aid programs that have been suspended entirely—hundreds of thousands of students who apply and qualify for need-based financial aid are being turned away due to lack of funds.
Policy Brief Highlights Critical Need to Increase College Attainment and Expand Higher Education Pathways in Arizona
College Success Arizona, an organization leading the way to increase Arizona’s college graduation rates by providing financial and other support to Arizona’s low-income students, welcomes Richard C. Daniel, Ph.D. as Chief Operating Officer.
For individuals from all walks of life, higher education is the key to a future of opportunity and success. It is increasingly rare to find well-paying jobs that do not require some sort of education or training beyond high school. Degrees and professional certificates are key drivers of economic opportunity and mobility. Why, then, do […]