A new study finds continued evidence that rural students are less likely to attend college than their peers and are more likely to opt for two-year or non-selective schools.
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A new program at North Carolina State University continues the school's ongoing focus on its rural stakeholders and aims to expand students' access to the university.
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May 23, 2012
Study shows rural students have more access to community social resources that should help them earn college degrees, but they trail their nonrural peers in doing so, largely because of poverty.
October 21, 2011
President Obama visits North Carolina high school that's participating in the Appalachian Higher Education network and has seen improvements in its college-going rate.