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Matt Zalaznick

At Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire, first-year students attend workshops where they get advice from their peers about financial aid and personal finance.
Eight colleges and universities in the U.S. have become carbon neutral.
Tennessee State University President Brenda Baskin Glover celebrates learning with some young students.
Students at Albert Dorman Honors College at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark can also take courses in specialized tracks, which include civic leadership, medical humanities and research.
Keuka College, one of the first colleges in New York and in Division III to launch a varsity esports team, now competes against higher profile schools such as Brown University and Villanova University.
So-called "education deserts" impact students in rural and urban areas who have limited postsecondary options because of affordability or a lack of institutions.
Applicants to Virginia Tech's honors college check a box on admissions application indicating interest in the program, which has an acceptance rate of about 30%.
Troy University Chancellor Jack Hawkins, shown here speaking at a ceremony recognizing the Tuskegee Airmen, says he knew at an early age that he wanted to join the U.S. Marines. He went on to lead a combat platoon in the Vietnam War and later returned to the country to launch the first U.S. degree program there.
Barrett Honors College students, shown here on a study abroad trip, have their own 9-acre, $140 million campus at Arizona State University. Barrett has seven buildings that contain classrooms, residence halls and outdoor activity spaces.
Belmont Abbey’s honors students can also choose a traditional major and take a portion of their courses as a great books program.
The esports infrastructure at the University of California, Irvine, allows the teams to compete and scrimmage in a 3,500-square-foot arena where other students can use one of 60 PCs for $4/hour.
Women and minorities are more likely than men or white people to consider a college education “very important,” a new Gallup poll has found.
The esports infrastructure at the University of California, Irvine, allows the teams to compete and scrimmage in a 3,500-square-foot arena where other students can use one of 60 PCs for $4/hour.
Adult learners return to college with different goals in mind, often depending on the state of the economy.
Troy University leaders pioneered a program that lets Chinese students start their higher education at home, spend two years at Troy and then complete their degrees at a university in China.