A Commonwealth of Virginia Website
State Council of Higher Education for Virginia

Skip to Content  |  HOME Calendar |  Careers |  Directory |  Intranet |  Webmail   

SCHEV & HIGHER ED NEWS

VA is number 2 in best college list

Virginia is Second in Nation With Most Top 50 Best Colleges
"Virginia is second only to California as the state with the most colleges in the top 50 on Money magazine's 2019 Best Colleges in America list. The University of Virginia was ranked 10th in the annual list, the highest for any Virginia university. Money points out that U.Va. has the highest graduation rate of any public university in the country," reports Virginia Business.


UVA expands financial aid to include DACA students

UVa Expands Financial Aid to Include DACA Students
Since 2014, the University of Virginia has admitted in-state students who were brought into the U.S. illegally as children. Those students previously have been required to pay the full cost of tuition out-of-pocket. Beginning this fall ... in-state undergraduate students with DACA status will be eligible for financial aid. The money will come from private funding," reports The Daily Progress.

Photo Caption: The Rotunda at UVA. (Photo Credit: The Daily Progress File)


Radford's Carilion Building

Highlanders Rising
"With the absorption of Roanoke’s private Jefferson College of Health Sciences, the creation of the Appalachian Community Outreach Institute in Abingdon, the birth of a multidisciplinary entrepreneurial lab and a re-established Small Business Development Center on campus, as well as growing partnerships with businesses and regional business organizations, Radford [University]  is casting a much larger shadow than the former teachers’ college once did,"  reports Virginia Business.

Photo Caption: Radford University Carilion is the university’s Roanoke health sciences campus. (Photo Credit: Don Petersen)



Visit SCHEV Media Center

Visit Media Center


SCHEV Calendar and eventsView SCHEV Calendar
SCHEV Twitter feedFollow SCHEV on Facebook

© 2019 State Council of Higher Education for Virginia
101 N. 14th Street, 10th Floor  |  James Monroe Building   |  Richmond, VA 23219
804-225-2600

If you wish to receive this content in an accessible format per Section 508 of the federal Rehabilitation Act, 29 U.S.C. ? 794 (d), please call 804-225-2600.