Central Ohio Colleges have Funds to Help Students in Emergencies

Monday, August 08, 2016
The Columbus Dispatch

For college students who are poor, the margin between graduating and dropping out can be as slim as an unpaid utility bill or a busted transmission. Even if they have grants and loans to pay for most of their tuition and housing, any unexpected expense can kill the best-laid plans.

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