Colleges feel effects of the government shutdown

10/10/2013 | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education

The federal government shutdown so far has had little effect on the flow of student aid coming into colleges and universities, but other areas have been affected. Higher-education conferences that rely on federal funds for exhibits are seeing exhibitors, presenters and attendees cancel their participation. Meanwhile, officials at schools such California State University and Delaware State University say they've experienced delays in federal grant funding for research projects.

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