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The novelist and ex-wife of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos rewards Morgan State and Elizabeth City State universities with huge gifts.
AmeriCorps partners with colleges in new Schools of National Service affordability program to match scholarships for students with public service experience.
Behind the leadership of its president, the diligence of 'working groups' and a mountain of unique ideas, this New Hampshire university excelled in the fall while staying poised on the future.
Loyola University in New Orleans is giving students a free opportunity to explore social issues through a unique, two-week academic period in January.
A new Lumina Foundation and Gallup study shows the effects COVID-19 is having on students' outcomes, wellbeing and considerations for remaining in college.
Institutions can adopt an asset-based viewpoint toward first-gen students and change the culture on campus.
Purdue University says its 60,000 attendees during the stretch have saved more than $1 billion in tuition over a group of Big Ten rivals.
More than a third of students reconsider enrolling in college while many others explore career-oriented alternatives due to the COVID, a new survey finds.
A new report from the Rutgers Center for Minority Serving Institutions offer recommendations on following the lead of Spelman, Morehouse, North Carolina Central and Bowie State.
The University of Miami is providing additional aid for high-achieving graduate students interested in enrolling in its programs.
Incarcerated Californians will seek bachelor's degrees in a prison classroom alongside Claremont Colleges students in the nation's first "inside-out" higher ed program.
The annual High School Benchmarks study from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center shows stunning declines year over year for colleges, lower-income students.
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