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Read how the expansion and renovation of the Nobel Hall of Science was designed with student-student and student-faculty interaction in mind.
Learn about the campaign to persuade federal lawmakers to double the maximum Pell Grant to keep college affordable for lower-income families.
Explore the new clinical mental health counseling master's degree program at Bethany Lutheran College in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Find out how well the class of 2019 fared within one year of graduation.
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Learn about the campaign to double the Pell Grant and how you can advocate for its increase.
Find out how funding for the Minnesota State Grant fared during the last legislative session.
Explore how students and other advocates got their voices heard at the Minnesota State Capitol despite pandemic restrictions.
Read the letter from Minnesota's public and private higher education leaders in support of double Pell.
Learn how the Bethany Lutheran College junior is paying for his education through a combined of federal, state and private aid.
Read about some key initiatives being undertaken by Hamline University and St. Olaf College to work toward racial equity on campus.
Explore how the program supports and enriches the experiences of Black men attending several of our member colleges and universities.
Read how five Concordia University, St. Paul alumni helped their communities during the pandemic in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Learn what percentage of students at our colleges earned STEM degrees in the 2018-19 academic year.