From Tony Ivy League Schools to Struggling Public Institutions, Universities and Colleges on the U.S. Mainland Are Moving to Assist College Students Displaced by the Hurricanes That Ravaged the Caribbean Earlier This Year [Derived Headline]

By Erdley, Debra | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, November 14, 2017 | Go to article overview

From Tony Ivy League Schools to Struggling Public Institutions, Universities and Colleges on the U.S. Mainland Are Moving to Assist College Students Displaced by the Hurricanes That Ravaged the Caribbean Earlier This Year [Derived Headline]


Erdley, Debra, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


From tony Ivy League schools to struggling public institutions, universities and colleges on the U.S. mainland are moving to assist college students displaced by the hurricanes that ravaged the Caribbean earlier this year.

Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities this week moved to join the wave of schools offering various plans for such students.

The Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education temporarily waived out-of-state tuition and fees to students displaced by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. On Monday, they approved a permanent policy allowing its universities, which include California, Clarion, Edinboro, Indiana and Slippery Rock in Western Pennsylvania, to extend such offers to students displaced by natural disasters.

It’s unclear whether any of the PASSHE schools have enrolled or had inquiries from any of the tens of thousands of students displaced by the hurricanes that have struck college campuses in the Caribbean.

“But the new policy would allow students to access courses during our winter term, which offers many online courses,” state system spokesman Kenn Marshal said. …

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