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College and University Presidents Discuss Higher Ed’s Role in Serving the Public Good
01/29/2015
One size does not fit all. That was the overarching message participants at the Higher Ed Colloquium received from the “Conversation with Presidents” that opened the first full day of events On January 10th in Delray Beach, FL.
College Board Announces Major Expansion in Access to Scholarships for the Millions of Students Who Take the PSAT/NMSQT®
01/29/2015
Through new partnerships with fiv of the country’s leading scholarship providers, the College Board will expand access to scholarship opportunities earlier in high school to change students’ trajectories and help inform their decisions about pursuing college. The American Indian Graduate Center and American Indian Graduate Center Scholars (AIGC and AIGCS), Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF), Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF), Jack Kent Cooke Foundation (JKCF), and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) will use information from the PSAT/NMSQT® to expand access to nearly $180 million in existing scholarship dollars to low-income and minority students.
Eric Johnson, Assistant Director for Communications in the Office of Scholarships and Student Aid at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
01/12/2015
All Access caught up with Eric Johnson, who has attended the Higher Ed Colloquium for the past two years. He shared some insights and opinions about the sessions so far, and the issues he hopes will continue to garner attention from the higher ed community.
Paul Luna addressed participants at Higher Ed Colloquium 2015
01/11/2015
Paul Luna, CEO of the Helios Foundation, welcomed participants to the 2015 College Board Higher Ed Colloquium in Delray Beach, Florida. The Colloquium is a gathering of professionals at all levels of higher education to discuss the topics and issues that matter most to them and their students.
HBCU COnference
01/06/2015
Register now for the 2015 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Conference, March 11-12 in New Orleans, LA.
A Dream Deferred
01/06/2015
Join us at the 11th annual A Dream Deferred conference, March 10-11 in New Orleans, LA to discuss new solutions, share best practices, and collaborate with colleagues to make a difference for African American students.
Preparate
01/06/2015
Join us at the ninth annual Prepárate™ conference, March 9-10, 2015 in New Orleans, LA to discuss strategies to increase the preparation, access, and college completion of Latino students, the fastest-growing student population in our public schools.
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Daniel R. Porterfield, College Board Trustee and President, Franklin & Marshall College
12/08/2014
Daniel R. Porterfield, President of Franklin & Marshall College and College Board Trustee co-wrote an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer on new partnerships between Bloomberg Philanthropies, the College Board, and other college access organizations to build a new cadre of advisers who, over five years, will use technology to help as many as 125,000 more highly qualified low- and moderate-income students pursue college opportunities.
Webinar on Access to Opportunity and the Native American Community
11/14/2014
As part of the College Board’s recognition of Native American Heritage Month, members joined Steve Colon, Vice President of Access to Opportunity and Wendell Hall, Senior Director of Policy & Advocacy for a webinar focused on the work of the College Board’s Access to Opportunity Initiative, and how it can better serve the unique needs of the Native American community.
Trends in Higher Education Series
11/13/2014
The College Board has officially released two new reports: Trends in College Pricing and Trends in Student Aid. The Trends in Higher Education series provides insight into national trends in college pricing and financial aid. The data on college prices and student aid included in these reports create a context for evaluating public policies designed to increase educational opportunities.

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