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Rhode Island just made community college free
by Katie Lobosco
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4 August 2017
On 4 August 2017 CNN reported:
Rhode Island just became the fourth state in the nation to make community college free, following examples in New York, Oregon, and Tennessee. They must maintain a 2.5 GPA in college while remaining enrolled full-time. Those who take advantage of the scholarships are also required to live, work, or continue their education in Rhode Island after graduation. The specifics of this policy will be developed by the college, according to the legislation. New York has a similar requirement.
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