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Higher ed efforts such as improved academic advising and financial literacy lessons, plus an increase in scholarships and work-study programs, are making a difference in helping to ease the student loan crisis.
Some 98,000 immigrant students graduate from high school each year, but the U.S. Supreme Court may be on the verge of ending the program that allows them to study and work.
U.S. colleges are now recruiting in more parts of the world as political tensions have led some Chinese students to stay home or study elsewhere.
Colleges expand programs for former service members who have a hard time transitioning from the mission-oriented military to a more open, less rigid world of campus choices.
Susan Edwards was to have served on an interim basis, but the board of trustees appointed her to lead the Ohio school.
College classrooms can alienate veterans used to mission-oriented military life. It’s not because they don’t have the academic skills, but they don’t always feel welcome.
Most colleges offer an online version of the course catalog—but many aren’t taking advantage of the connectivity and smart technology available. Here are actions to advance the academic catalog.
Women have surpassed the number of men in colleges in the U.S. and many other parts of the world. Women are also set to become the majority in the college-educated workforce in the U.S.
Disability services offices are forming closer partnerships with campus technology administrators and increasing their own tech expertise. Here are three models they use to get the job done.
Unlike with other recent studies that found nudging students to be generally ineffective, a new study in which the nudge comes from a familiar counselor and a reply involves additional guidance and support shows positive results.
Over the past decade, large state cuts in higher ed funding have contributed to tuition increases. In seven states, published tuition has risen over 60%, and it has more than doubled at Louisiana’s four-year schools.
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