From early exposure to dual enrollment: 3 Georgetown programs preparing DC students for college success

Through several pre-college programs, including a dual enrollment opportunity, Georgetown’s Center for Multicultural Equity and Access is strengthening the pathway to higher education for Washington, DC, students. “We now have five to six years with these young people to build their skills, to increase their college knowledge, to focus on those both cognitive and non-cognitive variables,” CMEA Director Charlene Brown-McKenzie tells THE FEED.

The push to rebrand campus DEI programs

In response to anti-diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) laws, some colleges are finding workarounds that may provide students from underrepresented communities with the resources they need to feel a sense of belonging on campus.

New undergraduate initiative supports advancement of women in business

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has launched the Kosoy Women in Business program, offering professional development workshops, mentorship opportunities, and other programming for undergraduate students interested in advancing women’s workplace issues.

The end of race-conscious scholarships?

The debate around the scope of last year’s Supreme Court ruling ending race-based affirmative action in college admissions has allowed state policymakers to push for the end of scholarships that consider applicants’ race.