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A few articles we think are worth reading
Learn about the Council's newest member, University of Northwestern – St. Paul.
Explore how Carleton, St. Scholastica and Concordia University, St. Paul tapped into peer and alumni support to respond to the career and employment needs of students.
Learn how the enrollment of Kee Her at Gustavus unlocked the door to college for six more siblings — all first-generation students — in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Discover the median return on investment for students attending Minnesota’s four-year public and private nonprofit colleges.
Short news items from the Council
College students, staff and supporters advocated for additional funding for the Minnesota State Grant program and the lowering of the share of costs that students are expected to pay for college.
This designation and small matching grant opportunity would helps address hunger among all college students in Minnesota.
Join us in marking the Pell Grant program’s 50th anniversary in June 23, 2022.
Discover how three students – from Augsburg, Bethany Lutheran and MCAD – are using what they’re learning in their studies to engage more deeply with their communities.
Read how an elder residency program at Carleton increased visibility for Native students and prompted healing and honest storytelling, in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Learn how the six-year completion rates for students entering college in 2015 changed by race and ethnicity and across both public and private higher education sectors.