Bradley D. Custer is a senior policy analyst for Postsecondary Education at American Progress. He previously worked in student affairs administration at three higher education institutions. As a researcher, he studies policies that are barriers for college students who were previously involved in the criminal justice system. His research is published in peer-reviewed journals in the fields of higher education, criminal justice, and law, including Research in Higher Education, Community College Journal of Research and Practice, Criminal Justice Policy Review, and Journal of College and University Law.
Custer holds a doctorate in higher, adult, and lifelong education from Michigan State University, a master’s in student affairs in higher education from Wright State University, and bachelor’s in both instrumental music education and French from Capital University.
By Bradley D. Custer
|Federal Financial Aid for College Students With Criminal Convictions||Center for American Progress||December 17, 2020|
|5 Interesting Ways Governors Are Spending CARES Act GEER Funds on Higher Education||Center for American Progress||October 26, 2020|
|District Boundaries Affect Racial Representation at Michigan Community Colleges||Center for American Progress||October 15, 2020|
|Eliminating the Pennsylvania Rule That Bars Incarcerated Students From Getting Financial Aid||Center for American Progress||August 26, 2020|
|Stanford University Can Help More Students by Donating CARES Act Aid to Community Colleges||Center for American Progress||May 4, 2020|