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Which U.S. schools receive the least state student aid?

Brown Mackie College-Phoenix, Argosy University-Phoenix Online Division and Brown Mackie College-Tucson were among U.S. schools that reported receiving the least state financial aid during the 2017-18 academic year, according to a Higher Education Tribune

These schools have the top 'on time' graduation rates in the U.S.

Chamberlain University-Arizona, Kor Beauty Academy and Arizona School of Integrative Studies have some of the best 'on time' graduation rates in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Sticker shock: Which 4-year U.S. schools charge the lowest in-state tuition?

State residents enrolled at Dine College face among the lowest cost of attending four-year in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Sticker shock: Which 4-year U.S. schools charge the highest in-state tuition?

State residents enrolled at Brookline College-Phoenix face among the steepest cost of attending four-year in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Sticker shock: Which U.S. schools charge the highest in-state tuition?

Residents in Arizona face some of the steepest cost of attending in-state colleges and universities in the U.S., according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

Analysis: College women's golf grosses $146 million

From Higher Education Tribune

Baylor University women's golf tops the list of highest grossing programs, reporting nearly $1.2 million – or $90,955 per athlete – in 2016, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of the latest federal data.

Analysis: College men's golf grosses $173 million

From Higher Education Tribune

West Virginia University men's golf tops the list of highest grossing programs, reporting nearly $2.1 million – or $190,559 per athlete – in 2016, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of the latest federal data.

Analysis: College athletics grossed $31,832 per athlete in 2016

From Higher Education Tribune

University of Georgia grossed $352,349 per athlete in 2016 – the highest of all athletic programs that year, followed by University of Texas at Austin ($346,947 per athlete) and Louisiana State University ($315,988 per athlete), according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of the latest federal data.

Analysis: College sports raked in $18.1 billion in 2016

From Higher Education Tribune

University of Texas at Austin grossed $207 million in 2016, making it the highest-grossing college sports program that year, followed by Ohio State University ($176 million) and University of Alabama ($174 million), according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of the latest federal data.

Analysis: College men's basketball grosses $2 billion

From Higher Education Tribune

Though excluded from the NCAA tournament, University of Louisville men's basketball tops the list of highest grossing programs with nearly $44 million – or $2.9 million per athlete – in 2016, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of the latest federal data.

Coal Miners, Elected Officials Rally in Support of Navajo Power Plant

More than 100 policymakers, business leaders and coal miners gathered in support of keeping the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) operating decades into the future at a rally held in conjunction with a U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) listening session Monday.

Envision adds Tucson physician group to expansion

Envision Healthcare recently acquired Oro Valley Anesthesia as part of its Physician Services business.

Natural Grocers opening two stores in Gilbert

Natural Grocers will open two new stores in Gilbert on Tuesday with grand opening celebrations at each location.

FirstBank posts strong first quarter results in Arizona

FirstBank Holding Company said Wednesday that the first quarter financials for its Arizona operations show strong growth, with deposits growing by 30.6 percent to $351.7 million.

Trico, CoBank contribute $8,000 to benefit YOTO

Thanks to an $8,000 donation from Trico Electric Cooperative, lending partner CoBank and a special needs program administered by Youth on Their Own (YOTO), homeless youth in southern Arizona are able to continue their education.

Trico, CoBank contribute $8,000 to benefit homeless students

Thanks to an $8,000 donation from Trico Electric Cooperative, lending partner CoBank, and a special needs program administered by Youth on Their Own (YOTO), homeless youth in Southern Arizona are able to continue their education.

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