Category Archive for: Single Stop in the News

MDC President Eduardo Padron Highlights Single Stop in Al Jazeera Op-ed

President Eduardo Pardon, who oversees Miami Dade College – the largest institution of higher education in the United States – highlights the college’s Single Stop program in his Op-ed which appeared in Al Jazeera on December 3rd. In the op-ed, Padron praised Single Stop as an example of the kind of student support that is…

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The New York Times Cites Single Stop USA As Inspiration Model for Addressing Bandwidth Scarcity

In a recent article, “Escaping the Cycle of Scarcity,” The New York Times cited Single Stop as an example of a model whose design uniquely addresses the issue of bandwidth scarcity among communities living in poverty.  Catch the full article here.

Community College Weekly Profiles Single Stop’s “High-tech & High-touch” Community College Initiative

Community College Weekly profiles Single Stop’s Community College Initiative in a cover story, exploring how the innovative program is serving a growing population of post-traditional community college students.  According to the article, “Advocates are asking Congress to take a close look at Single Stop USA.” Catch the article here.  

Bloomberg Businessweek Profiles Single Stop USA’s Community College Initiative

Bloomberg Businessweek recently profiled Single Stop USA’s Community College Initiative as part of its extensive coverage of college costs. Here is a link to the article.

How a group’s “single stop” aid to college students boosts graduation rates

Public Aid in 15 Minutes: The Single Stop Promise to Struggling College Students

Florida Access Network featured Single Stop at MDC as part of their Goal 2025, a statewide initiative to increase the percentage of Florida residents who hold a high-quality degree or certificate to 60% by the year 2025.  Check it out!

Community Colleges Work to Keep Low-Income Students in School.

February 2012 Single Stop was recently featured in USNews!

5 Strategies for Scaling Social Impact

June 2011

Program helps vulnerable students in a single stop

March 2011 Downtown Express

White House Grants to Nonprofit Organizations Help Low-income Students Earn College Degrees

March 2011 The Kresge Foundation

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