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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
Recent research shows growth in professional judgment requests that lead to some students getting awarded more aid—but financial aid offices may need to do more to ensure awareness of the process and unbiased decision-making.
A new report from the Association of American Medical Colleges shows that debt is holding steady at around $200,000 for graduates
Data shows big declines for community colleges and first-time students; the national research center notes, however, that huge drops at four-year institutions haven't materialized yet
Graduation ceremonies have been given the green light at several higher education institutions, with many precautions in place, while others are left to fend with virtual events
While many in higher ed want to see more nontraditional students earning credentials and certifications, hurdles remain for growing these short-term programs.
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.
CSU San Bernardino receives a $10.5 million grant to help lead a cohort of more than 300 higher education institutions and work with the NSA and Homeland Security in developing future leaders and solutions for the field
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.
The national athletic association that represents small colleges will allow its players to earn outside money from their name, image and likeness and represent their schools
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