Today would have been Michael Brown’s first day of college. Instead of beginning a new chapter in his life—his family and friends are attending his funeral. Michael Brown was a Continue Reading →
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Report highlights bad practices of Sallie Mae, other private lenders. Continue Reading →
Have you heard of the AFSCME|UNCF|HARVARD Union Scholars Program? AFSCME is looking for second-semester college sophomore or junior students of color interested in working social and economic justice through the Continue Reading →
January 30, 2014 Contact: Kalwis Lo, 202.640.6577, firstname.lastname@example.org U.S. Student Association Endorses the College Affordability and Innovation Act Washington, DC—On behalf of millions of students across the country, the United Continue Reading →
Our working and middle class families have been struggling for far too long and Congress should be ready to act on the issues that are most dire to working and middle class families. Continue Reading →
Here’s a letter from the USSA President and Vice President to student governments across the country about the last Higher Education Act reauthorization process from the early 2000′s.
An overview of the President’s plan for college access and affordability and a request for feedback. Continue Reading →