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HIGHER EDUCATION NEWS, WEDNESDAY JULY 26, 2017

* Feds restrict Title IV access for West Virginia public universities. Inside Higher Ed reports: http://bit.ly/2uwS53Q

* The House of Representatives unanimously voted to pass an update to the Post-9/11 GI Bill, restoring benefits to veterans affected by closures of institutions like ITT Tech and Corinthian Colleges. Inside Higher Ed reports: http://bit.ly/2tCKLk5

* A new study, by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni, takes a look at which colleges get the most bang for the buck and puts administrative spending in context. The Chronicle of Higher Education reports: http://bit.ly/2tYE1MI

* eCampus News – Three innovative ways higher ed is driving student success. eCampus News writes: http://bit.ly/2tJiuN0

* How Generation Z is shaping education. Forbes reports: http://bit.ly/2uWMMvH

* In reversal, colleges rein in tuition. The Wall Street Journal reports: http://on.wsj.com/2vTG862

* More than 75,000 apply for N.Y. free-tuition program. Community College Daily reports: http://bit.ly/2vx4oeL

* Republicans skeptical of colleges’ impact on U.S., but most see benefits for workforce preparation. Pew Research Center writes: http://pewrsr.ch/2vmi4cE

MEMBER NEWS

* Berkeley College’s Health Services Administrative program ranked among the best by College Choice. Tap into Passaic County reports: http://bit.ly/2v7w0uc

* UPROXX interviews CCO of Marvel Entertainment and SVA alumnus Joe Quesada about diversity at Marvel and the importance of the story. http://uproxx.it/2vZGsQH

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