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Texas top colleges according to the Wall Street Journal—Houston Chronicle
College tuition and fees have steadily risen for decades. Until they become more affordable, making the right choice for higher education will require some heavy research.

HCC to Break Ground on $30 million Culinary Arts Building Downtown—The Houston Business Journal
The culinary arts facility is part of the $425 million Groundbreaker Bond Program that Houston voters approved in 2012.

As college costs rise, some Texas students go hungry. Will food scholarships help?—The Texas Tribune
Students at many Texas colleges struggle to find enough food to eat — and struggle academically as a result. Houston Community College hopes giving them healthy food will change that. 

Texas college students: How have rising tuition costs change the way you live?—The Texas Tribune
To plug a growing gap in their finances, students are making lifestyle sacrifices. We want to hear about how tuition has changed the way you live.

Confusing Texas community college websites could hold back student transfers, new report finds—Houston Chronicle
Thousands of Texas community college students hoping to transfer their credits to a four-year university have to find scarce information on hard-to-navigate websites.