College Related Articles for August 31 2009.

August 31, 2009 By: richard.ginn Category: Uncategorized

Times-Dispatch is out with a special set of articles just looking at the Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the state.

They Olympian reports on college students changing where they are going to college due to costs.

The Union-tribune reports on popular majors resisting the recession.

The Times Picayune reports on LSU students using dummies to simulate real patients.

The Dallas Morning News reports on college students getting internships.

The Baltimore Sun reports on the state university system that is not likely to raise tuition for the spring semester even though they have 56 million buck debt.

The Arizona Republic reports that ASU wants to build a new college campus in the Goodyear area to offer some lower cost college degrees, but the people of Goodyear are going to have to foot the bill for the campus.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports on the state lottery that can’t keep up with the amount of people asking for HOPE scholarship money.

The Detroit News reports on some Mott Community College students that will abe able to transfer up to 94 credit hours and transfer them to Eastern Michigan University.