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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.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to push business leaders seeking education to remote instruction
New York Institute of Technology leaders, acting on a food insecurity crisis for students, took smart steps to launch their Grizzly Cupboards on their sites in Manhattan and on Long Island
The new initiative launched by the National Society of High School Scholars provides a different spin on the college virtual tour
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.
Fairleigh Dickinson also freezes tuition rates for existing students, understanding the hardships of COVID-19
While colleges and universities may get assistance from another COVID relief package, there may also be momentum to reauthorize the Higher Education Act.
In 2014, University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank put together a “degree completion working group” to accomplish these tasks: Improve the four-year graduate rate Shorten the time to degrees Close […]
Dean Wendy York says "the sun is rising" on the program, which features a newly completed state-of-the-art building named for the philanthropists
Global Alliance of International Student Advancement will support international students who, organizers say, face new COVID and political hurdles.
By reimagining classrooms and other environments on campus, schools can deliver programs that build a future for career-conscious students
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