Higher Education

by Marianne Richmond on September 2, 2005

The University of Missouri-St. Louis is waiving tuition and fees for students displace by Hurricane Katrina. Michelle Malkin reports that Oklahoma City University is providing free tuition to any student displace by Hurricane Katrina. Syracuse University is providing free tuition for 300 displaced students. State universities and colleges in Arkansas is offering free and discounted tuition to displaced students.

Washington University, St. Louis, my Alma mater, and one of the most heavily endowed universities in the country, is providing visits and library privileges. They announced,  "Washington University will be accepting some of these students on a
visiting, non-degree-seeking basis and also will be offering library
privileges and work space to graduate students and scholars who need a
place to work. There may also be a need to coordinate efforts to find
housing for some of these students and their families."

Knock yourself out, WU. Of course, the Washington University community is doing a lot.

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