President Matthew A. Scogin ’02 is the 14th president of Hope College. He began his presidency with a bold vision for fully-funded tuition at Hope — an inaugural vision that has grown into the Hope Forward initiative, which aims to ensure access for every student who comes through our doors.
Catalyst Summit to Explore Possibilities Around Access & Innovation in Higher Ed
The Catalyst Summit, hosted by Hope College and Malcolm Gladwell, is a day for innovators, thought leaders and change-makers to explore the possibilities of a future where higher education is built on an entirely new funding model making college education affordable and accessible to all.
Follow the Money: How Student Loans Derailed American Higher Education
Can supply-and-demand theory also explain the rising cost of attending college?
Why the Four-Year Degree is Still the Best “Pathway Program”
The 4-year degree program remains the best path to a career that includes advancement and professional growth. But most students take on debilitating debt to finance their education.
Rethinking the Economic Model of Higher Education
The discussion around improving access to higher education is typically framed as whether or not college should be free.
To Preserve the American Dream, Improve Access to Higher Ed
College tuition is skyrocketing and enrollment is declining. The American Dream is at stake.
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According to Malcolm Gladwell, we are starting a revolution at Hope College that will change higher education, help alleviate the mental health epidemic and solve the crisis in the church. #HopeForward is big! youtu.be/vAOjE6EZTQ4