HBCU Review: Student Goes From Homeless to Howard

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Thurgood Marshall Looking for Students Denied by Parents PLUS

In its effort to increase access, retention and graduation rates of students at HBCUs, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund has issued a form to hear from students who were denied Parent PLUS Loans. During the last school year, 28,000 students accepted at the nation’s historically Black colleges were denied and the institutions lost $160 million in collective tuition revenue as a result. (Photo: Thurgoodmarshallfund.net)

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