Equity & Access
Scholarships for Students with Medical Conditions
Updated October 17, 2023 | ASO Staff Writers
For students with medical conditions, it can be difficult to cope with the demands of managing their illness while also handling the challenges of getting a degree. The good news...
A Guide for Minorities in Nursing
Updated July 12, 2023 | Staff Writers
Despite being a rapidly expanding field, the nursing profession is still working to increase diversity. Learn how minority nurses can overcome barriers and find out what's being done to improve...
Thriving in Trade School with a Disability
Updated September 20, 2023 | Staff Writers
Students with disabilities can access more opportunities than ever before. Many pursue four-year degrees, but are becoming more popular. Trade schools offer distinct benefits. They take less time and cost...
Veterans Can Use GI Bill to Learn Trade Skills
Updated June 28, 2023 | Staff Writers
Turn Your Military Skills and into a Civilian Career The popular GI Bills® like the Post-9/11 GI Bill®, Montgomery GI Bill® and Vocational Rehabilitation are all programs veterans can use to learn a vocational skill. Skilled trades like automotive repair and truck driving or building trades such as carpentry, plumbing and electrical are just some […]
College Success for Students with Learning Disorders
Updated October 17, 2023 | Staff Writers
Every student learns differently, and those with learning disorders may find the average classroom environment intimidating, especially in college. But with proper accommodations,support and preparation, students with learning disorders can...
Scholarships & Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities
Updated August 28, 2023 | Staff Writers
Students with disabilities deserve an education just like every other student. And like the majority of college students, students with disabilities often have trouble finding ways to pay for school...
Online Open-Enrollment Colleges: How Do They Work?
Updated October 17, 2023 | Whitney Sandoval, M.Ed.
So what exactly are online open enrollment colleges? Online open enrollment colleges accept almost all applicants and have few requirements for applying.
MyCAA Program for Military Spouses
Updated November 15, 2022 | ASO Staff Writers
While most educational financial aid for the military is focused on the service member themselves though Tuition Assistance, Tuition Assistance Top-Up and the GI Bill, there is a program just...
Test-Optional Colleges Not Requiring SAT or ACT Scores
Updated December 20, 2023 | Juliann Scholl, Ph.D.
Test-optional schools don't require your SAT or ACT scores. Some colleges don't consider them in admission decisions at all. Learn more about test-optional colleges.
Supporting and Protecting Undocumented Students
Updated November 8, 2022 | Staff Writers
Given the political uncertainty around DACA specifically and immigration policy in general, this guide is a reminder of what educators and ordinary citizens can do to help undocumented students. While...
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