Wed, May 15 | Zoom Webinar

But I Thought They Had a Free Ride?: Exploring the Benefits and Limitations of State Tuition Waivers (1)

Toni Watt, Professor in the Texas State University Department of Sociology will present 'But I Thought They Had a Free Ride?: Exploring the Benefits and Limitations of State Tuition Waivers for Youth Formerly in Foster Care'
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But I Thought They Had a Free Ride?: Exploring the Benefits and Limitations of State Tuition Waivers (1)

Time & Location

May 15, 2019, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Zoom Webinar

About the Event

Please join us for the National Research Collaborative for Foster Alumni and Higher Education (NRC-FAHE)’s webinar series! This series features presentations from leaders in the field of foster care and higher education. Content will be appropriate for researchers and practitioners alike.

The presenter will be Toni Watt, Professor in the Texas State University Department of Sociology. Her presentation, entitled But I Thought They Had a Free Ride?: Exploring the Benefits and Limitations of State Tuition Waivers for Youth Formerly in Foster Care, will share the results of studies that examine student tuition waiver access and the challenges related to access, and calls for states to attend to the implementation/uptake of their state waiver programs.

April webinar Registration URL: https://wsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/140ad95333c9c41edc2040ba88984b7b

Webinars will be available through Zoom, which will require you to download the program the first time you use it (this is free). Once you register, you will be sent an email with details about joining the webinar. You can join either by phone or by computer.

***Note: the webinars will be recorded and put on the NRC-FAHE website.***

If you are interested in being a presenter for a future webinar in our webinar series, please email Amy Salazar (amy.salazar@wsu.edu) and include a brief description of what you would like to present on.

Registration is Closed

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