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RALEIGH — University of North Carolina System could be forced to refund portions of fees charged to students across the state in spring 2020, depending on the outcome of a case heard Tuesday morning at the N.C. Court of Appeals.

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SALISBURY — Food Lion, an omnichannel retailer serving towns and cities across 10 states, today announced expanded education assistance programs including tuition reimbursement for all part-time and full-time associates, an increase in tuition reimbursement for full-time associates and discounted degree programs at 15 education providers.

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HAMLET — Richmond Community College is making changes to how students are assisted through the admissions process in order to better serve them and their educational needs.

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HAMLET — Eligible 2022 North Carolina high school graduates will have their tuition and fees covered at Richmond Community College for up to two years starting this fall semester.

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RALEIGH — Two of the Tar Heel State’s school choice programs have saved taxpayers between $74.1 million and $154.3 million through fiscal 2018, according to an updated analysis from the school choice advocacy organization EdChoice.

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HAMLET — The Longleaf Commitment grant program has now been extended to North Carolina high school graduates of 2020. The grant covers the cost of tuition and fees at Richmond Community College, or any of the 58 community colleges in North Carolina. 

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RALEIGH — North Carolinians vaccinated by the Veterans Administration and through the Tribal Health Program are now eligible for the $4 Million Summer Cash and College Tuition drawings announced last week by Gov. Roy Cooper to motivate people to get vaccinated as soon as they can — and thank those who already have. 

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HAMLET — Future teachers who get their start at Richmond Community College now have a private school option to earn their bachelor’s degree and teaching certificate.

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CHAPEL HILL — The University of North Carolina System won’t raise tuition and fees this year while students and their families struggle to stay financially afloat amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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RALEIGH — In North Carolina, the golden ticket for resident college hopefuls is $1,000 yearly tuition at a handful of public universities. But while the offer looks shiny, the final receipt may stun new students. 

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