What if Georgia colleges could make degrees more affordable by reducing textbook costs? Or if counselors knew as much about students’ financial needs as their academic struggles? Or if classes meant to offer students extra help could even better meet individual needs?
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Improving Student Success
The University System of Georgia Incubator awarded nine grants to test programs that could improve student learning and help more people earn a degree. The following colleges received grants:
Source:University System of Georgia.