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Author(s):Cook, N., and King, J
Title:Improving lives through higher education: Campus programs and policies for low-income adults
Source:http://www.acenet.edu/bookstore/pdf/2005CampusP...
Date:2005
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Short Description:Represent one of the first and most comprehensive efforts to assess how low-income adult students are served in colleges and universities.
Annotation:This report, and the survey on which it is based, represent one of the first and most comprehensive efforts to assess how low-income adult students are served in colleges and universities. Programs, services, and policies that make college more convenient, accessible, and relevant to adult students are addressed.
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Adult Students
Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Documents
Interventions
Low-Income Students
Non-traditional Students
Policy

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