CAMPUS NEWS: OCTOBER 1, 2018

FIRST GENERATION STUDENT

Commissioner Kim Hunter Reed Moderates Discussion On First Generation College Students

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Higher Education Commissioner Kim Hunter Reed talks with University of New Orleans students during a luncheon.

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