St. Louis Graduates

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St. Louis has been selected by a national education organization for aid increasing the number of adults with college degrees in the region.

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There’s a lot more to going to college than getting an acceptance letter. There’s finding financial aid and housing. There’s paying the first tuition bill and turning in immunization records. And then there is the big picture question of what college makes the most financial sense for your family.

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The summer between senior year of high school and freshman year of college can be daunting for students pursuing a college degree, especially for low-income families and those seeking to become first-generation college graduates.

A new center located in the Delmar Loop (618 N. Skinker) is addressing the “summer melt” problem.  That’s when high school graduates who intend to attend college in the fall slip through the cracks during the summer months.