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2016 January 22 - 12:00 am

Two-Year Colleges Fear Enrollment Decline as Scholarship Funds Remain in Limbo

The 26-year-old psychology major wasted no time in establishing “Jacqueline’s Tuition” on GoFundMe.com after the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago informed her that she’d have to cover the $2,300 spring subsidy she was supposed to receive from the state’s Monetary Award Program.

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