Understanding College Affordability: Causes of Rising Costs, Student Experiences, and Policy Alternatives INT 100/201 APPROVED!


Monday, February 28, 2022
7:00 p.m.
Online
Faculty, Students


INT 100/201 Approved

Monday February 28, 2022 at 7:00 PM on Zoom

(Register for event: https://gvsu-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEtd-2rrTMtHtDD4QNCHwOiQEdAO8A-xs3f)

This event will include presentations by GVSU faculty who have studied college affordability issues and current policy proposals for "free college" and offer student perspectives on college affordability. 

Prof. Denise Goerisch (Integrative Studies): "The Lived Experiences of Student Debt”

Prof. Goerisch will discuss how student debt affects the well-being of students, especially those in marginalized or under-served groups. 

Prof. Michelle Miller-Adams (Political Science): “Does Free College Have a Future?”

Prof. Miller-Adams will discuss the features and prospects of current proposals for "free college" and how they might improve college access for under-served students. 

Prof. Joel Stillerman (Sociology/Honors/AAUP): “Budget Transparency and University Accountability”

Prof. Stillerman will examine how the GVSU chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) is seeking greater budget transparency at GVSU so we can insure it is affordable for students while maintaining high quality educational offerings. 

Kyle Gineman and Larbi Al-Moutaa (Student Senate Diversity Action Committee): “Student Perspectives on Affordability and Debt”

An open discussion with attendees will follow the presentations.

Co-Sponsored By: GVSU Student Senate Diversity Affairs Committee and AAUP at GVSU

Free and Open to the Public


Contact Information


Joel Stillerman ([email protected])

Kyle Gineman ([email protected])


Hosting Department, Organization, or Business


GVSU Student Senate Diversity Affairs Committee

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This event was added to the calendar by Joel Stillerman (stillejo@gvsu.edu) on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 and was last updated on Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at 9:27 a.m.