Colleges Put Fiscal Hopes in New Degree Programs

The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education recently revealed that costs are the number one challenge to college access in the state and that without significant investments in need-based scholarships, the region’s workforce will suffer from a lack of qualified employees.

While private and public support of scholarships continues to remain a top priority for many institutions, some campuses are countering the rising cost trend in an unexpected way: adding more degree programs.

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