Image:  Seven historically Black colleges and minority-serving institutions are joining forces to make more of their courses available to students who do not have access to them at their own colleges. The organizers of this course-sharing collective believe it will help students complete their studies and graduate sooner—and save money in the process. The HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium, a collaboration of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) and the course-sharing platform...


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