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Students on several campuses have filed lawsuits demanding tuition refunds, arguing that the online classes they are now taking don't match the quality of in-person instruction. But colleges cite new expenses.
Students suddenly struggling to pay tuition beyond their scholarships and loans can try to increase their financial aid packages with help from a free online service called SwiftStudent.
UB guest columnists Julie Miceli and Anne D. Cartwright address the three-phase U.S. stimulus program and break down how that support will arrive on campus.
College students are in line for summer scholarships and financial aid in the wake of campus disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Five college and university financial leaders share insights on operations, enrollment, state funding, cash flow, opportunities for savings and investments, and more in a Q-and-A with UB guest columnist Kermit S. Randa.
College students can use CARES Act cash grants on course materials, technology, food, housing, healthcare and childcare.
Generation Z (born after 1994) is the first generation with no concept of life without a mobile device at their disposal. They have never known a world without the Internet. […]
Colleges and universities are creating emergency funds to help students who are struggling financially as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland's four HBCUs could use a $577 million legal settlement to establish new degree programs, recruit faculty, and invest in scholarships and financial aid, according to reports.
Several major universities are planning refunds for housing and dining fees, while an honor society offers stipends to vulnerable and displaced students.
The combination of increased competition for students, changing student needs and an unpredictable regulatory environment can create a complex and challenging environment for financial aid. But student financial aid doesn’t […]
The richest university endowments grew over the past decade, but not as much as they did in the 1990s, according to new data compiled by DegreeQuery.
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