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Free college promise programs have made strides in expanding access to higher education but many initiatives still exclude too many of the students who would benefit, a new analysis has found.
Concerns about compensation and paying back loans discourage college students from studying education and pursuing teaching careers
First-time black, Hispanic, and female students are enrolling full-time in two-year schools in greater numbers thanks to free-college programs, study says.
While colleges and universities may get assistance from another COVID relief package, there may also be momentum to reauthorize the Higher Education Act.
Global Alliance of International Student Advancement will support international students who, organizers say, face new COVID and political hurdles.
Higher degree attainment does not always lead to higher salaries, a new report has found. However, higher levels of education do not always equate to more debt.
While nearly nine in 10 college students are experiencing anxiety during COVID, almost as many report feeling optimistic about the future.
Research, scholarship, and innovation and entrepreneurship programs will share in a record-setting $300 million donation made to the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Video series, created by professor of immunology Brian Merkel, covers topics including why young people should remain vigilant about the virus, the science of vaccines and the reasons for getting a flu shot.
COVID infection rates at Vermont’s colleges and universities remain staggeringly low after 13 institutions teamed up on a comprehensive plan to control the virus.
Colleges and universities across the U.S. continue to report enrollment increases—including for in-person students—while also maintaining a semblance of traditional campus life.
While many in higher ed want to see more nontraditional students earning credentials and certifications, hurdles remain for growing these short-term programs.
Students at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology are competing in esports and playing in-person intramural activities such as disc golf that allow social distancing.
Free-college programs, including Democratic presidential nominee’s Joe Biden’s proposal, cost between $28 billion and $75 billion in the first year but pay for themselves within a decade.
‘We have recorded no instances of transmission in a classroom or laboratory setting,’ University of Arizona president says.
Growing number of Hispanic Americans seeking news in Spanish and English motivates University of Arizona to launch master’s degree in bilingual journalism.
For-profit institutions had the highest collective student loan default rate, followed by public colleges and universities, and private schools.
Colleges and universities that serve higher populations of Pell grant recipients are more likely to withhold transcript from a student over outstanding balances, according to a new analysis.
Best practices for transferring student records are detailed in a new report from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
COVID-19 clusters have made news on campuses this fall, but leaders at some colleges and universities have rallied their communities around safety to keep a lid on the virus.
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