Democratic senators across the country have been discussing how to create accountability for colleges and universities on student loan defaulting.
Student mental health is a growing concern at many North Carolina universities: with the past five years, the number of students seeking campus psychological services have seen an incline. According to Chris Hogan, the director of the Counseling and Psychological Services Center at App State, the counseling center at App State saw 2,500 students in the 2017-18 academic year, which is almost 1,000 more than numbers five years ago.
The UNC Young Democrats are supporting the qualification of UNC One Cards as valid voter IDs.
While legacy admissions can affirm a generational love of a university, many argue that the practice doesn't help schools become more diverse.
UNC is one of three universities being sued by Students for Fair Admissions.
The LEAP program aims to meet the severe needs of students at the top of the academic spectrum, which several in the CHCCS system say is as necessary to student academic and personal growth as other programs that help underachieving students.
Ahead of the election, many thought that a "Blue Wave" could occur, where 30 or more seats from the Republican party were lost. Though that didn't happen, the election experienced something else: a Youth Wave.
Meyer, one of two trained social workers in the General Assembly, campaigned on approaches to legislation with an eye on protections for marginalized, vulnerable and oppressed classes.
As tuition costs rise, the number of college students facing food and housing insecurity has risen with it.
Residents of areas affected by Hurricane Florence can have a little more peace of mind after the IRS and North Carolina public universities announced various financial resources.