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Students, particularly first-generation and low-income students, don’t file for financial aid because they think they won’t qualify.
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.
Most, if not all, colleges and universities would choose any type of electronic transaction over paper checks in a heartbeat since check payments cost more and take longer to process. […]
Nearly half of college students and their families choose paper checks for refunds and other payments, which costs more and takes longer for institutions to process as opposed to electronic […]
A new survey from Junior Achievement of 11th and 12th graders shows the potential fallout from the pandemic for 2021 and beyond.
GradReports unveils a new metric to help determine its Best Colleges rankings for students who are seeking an edge in ROI that compares institutions in several categories.
Even though the tax deadline was moved out a month to May 17, it’s a good time for students to get paperwork in order to see if there are tax savings to be had for the 2020 tax season.
The institution is confident that its new 'Cranberry Investment' strategy will provide students with career paths.
The Department of Education said the Capital Financing loan forgiveness will improve outcomes for institutions, students.
In addition to philanthropist's gift, the New York institution receives $250 million more in its $1 billion mission.
Chief academic and financial officers who share data better can have an impact much greater than the sum of their parts.
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