When it comes to mental health services on CT college campuses, “There’s a very large discrepancy between the haves and the have-nots.”
A new program will assess the level of food insecurity among Connecticut college students.
The Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education needs to take heed: Students at Manchester Community College and many other Connecticut State Colleges and Universities are livid at how their tuition has increased and critically important programs, many of which are required to graduate, are being cut.
“I am not talking about what happened in the past. I am talking about what needs to happen in the future,” Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Wednesday.