Policies to Address Student Financial Insecurity
Join us next Thursday, October 15 for a presentation from Dr. Jonathan Cellon on policies to address student financial insecurity.
The issue of college student financial insecurity has risen to the political agenda of post-secondary institutions and states since the Recession of 2007 – 2009. As awareness to student financial need has increased, new programs and policies to address student need have been created by institutions and states. This webinar will focus on the actions of three states who were the first in the United States to advance a particular policy model to address college student financial insecurity by exploring the actions of networks made up of advocates, institutions, non-profits, and policymakers. Lessons from these states will be highlighted relative to the ongoing work in AL by ACCBN to address the basic needs of students.
When: Thursday, October 15, 2020, 1-3pm CDT
Hosted by: Dr. Jonathan Cellon, Associate Dean of First Year Studies, Troy University
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