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2023 Statistical Abstract provides detailed look at South Carolina’s higher education trends and data

The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education's 45th annual Statistical Abstract is now available as a comprehensive source for the most recent…

FAFSA: Updates to aid index and timeline announced

The U.S. Department of Education announced today that it will begin transmitting batches of Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)…

Dr. Karen Woodfaulk appointed as acting CHE President and Executive Director

The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education Board of Commissioners has named Dr. Karen Woodfaulk as the acting president and executive director…

2022-23 NASAA Annual Report is available

Veterans Education and Training at the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education is the State Approving Agency responsible for approving and…

President and executive director resigns from CHE

Editor's note: After this article was posted on Jan. 10, Dr. Rusty Monhollon announced his resignation and that his final day at the CHE would be Jan…

37 South Carolina libraries join collaboration to preserve and share academic resources

The Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries (PASCAL) announced earlier this month that 37 member libraries have joined the Eastern…

2023 CHE Year in Review

In the spirit of reflection, the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education commemorates a successful year marked by the pursuit of educational…

New FAFSA projected to expand SC Pell Grant awards by 9,100 in 2024-25, form opens Dec. 31

The U.S. Department of Education projects changes in the simplified and redesigned 2024–25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form will…

CHE Board Chair Wes Hayes awarded Order of the Palmetto

Gov. Henry McMaster bestowed the prestigious South Carolina Order of the Palmetto on Nov. 8 to Wes Hayes, board chair of the South Carolina…

Public colleges and universities commit to develop a comprehensive statewide transfer agreement

The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education is pleased to announce that more than 20 public colleges and universities across the state have…