Under a new policy that will take effect in fall 2020, Ferrum guarantees that these students will be able to earn their bachelor’s degree within two years, or else the college will offer the remaining required courses for free.
More international students come to the U.S. from around the world for higher education than any other country, but those metrics show stagnation — and steep declines from some countries — for the second year after decades of growth.
A new study shows that the elementary school a child attends has almost no influence on their desire to progress to higher education—as factors including parental aspirations, academic support from their mother and having a desk to work on are much more important.
The University of Akron is going through another dean-level leadership change, as Elizabeth Kennedy, who currently oversees the College of Applied Science and Technology and the College of Health Professions, is leaving the university to join Missouri Western State University.
GreenFig, a market-driven education company that provides universities with turnkey, experiential learning programs in applied business science, announced its partnership with private, non-profit National University on a new Digital Marketing Science program.
Earning a college degree is one of the most expensive investments Americans make. Each year, millions of students pay thousands of dollars and take on piles of debt with the understanding that their investment will pay off.