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Most are confident in their plans to pay for colleges and universities, but institutions still can provide assistance.
Community colleges continue yearlong fall, raising concern for National Student Clearinghouse Research Center officials.
From free community college tuition to expansion of the Pell Grants, an inside look at the sweeping proposal designed to boost student retention and completion.
Several institutions are capitalizing on the trend of non-credit online courses that provide students paths to the cannabis industry.
A free tuition offer and other perks are available to first-time students who agree to enroll at the Ohio university.
Business leaders must join forces with universities to not only promote the benefits of higher education but also create actionable paths to affording college.
The Thompson family donates a record $27 million to Bowling Green; more than 5,200 students overall will benefit.
How small Cedar Crest College has showed strength during the pandemic and what it envisions campus, activities and academics will look like in 2021-22.
Community colleges partnering with the construction industry are developing practical curriculum and state-of-the-art facilities to ensure what students learn is readily applicable in the field.
When concerns over fundraising arose, Muhlenberg College stepped up with innovative solutions and a strong focus on relationship building to enjoy record returns.
The university's Board of Trustees will vote in June to approve mandating future students become prepared to 'engage in democratic processes'.
Mike Huseby, the CEO of Barnes & Noble Education, discusses the value of colleges and universities forging strategies over the next decade to meet student needs.
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