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Matt Zalaznick

Most free college promise programs help students pay tuition, but not living costs, a new report finds. (GettyImages/eyecrave)
Free college programs at two year schools increase enrollment of Hispanic females by 52%; Black females by 51%; Black males by 47%; and Hispanic males by 40%. (GettyImages/FG Trade)
A continuing pandemic and the economic fallout could preclude any sweeping education initiatives by either a Donald Trump or Joe Biden administration.(GettyImages/OsakaWayne Studios)
U.S. colleges and universities face an 11.2% drop in international student enrollment this year, the Global Alliance of International Student Advancement says. (GettyImages/Klaus Vedfelt)
A new report allows users to search specific colleges, majors and degree programs to see how earnings and debt outcomes compare to other institutions. (/recep-bg)
Nearly 80% of college students say they have felt lonely or isolated while 48% have experienced financial setbacks, according to a survey by Active Minds. (GettyImages/franckreporter)
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has recorded a low COVID positivity rate of 0.87%, out of about 5,400 tests since the beginning of September.
A family celebrates with a student during staggered move in days at High Point University in North Carolina.
Nontraditional-age students seeking to develop new skills after COVID-era layoffs have less access to Pell Grants and other financial aid. (GettyImages/Tom Werner)
Students at Saint Louis University—where the COVID positivity rate has held at 0.6%—are acting as public health ambassadors to provide safety education and volunteering to bring food, snacks and games to classmates in quarantine.
Bryant University President Ross Gittell (left) greets Brandon Fontaine at the Student Organization Fair during opening week on campus.