Student Success and Retention

FAMU students file lawsuit against state of Florida, claiming favoritism of white institutions

They allege a lack of funding and infrastructure improvements over three decades, and they say that was the result of bias against HBCUs.

The future of enrollments looks unsettled through 2030, Fitch Ratings report shows

There are universities rising above inflation and pressure to report record numbers, but the least selective are in trouble.

President Series: Caring for students remains No. 1 goal at the University of Kentucky

With a mission to serve a diverse, expanding community on campus and individuals in need throughout the Bluegrass State, UK is thriving and 'inspring ingenuity.'

The 50 best colleges and universities in the nation for veterans

The University of South Carolina makes an unlikely rise to No. 1 in the Military Times' list, which is paced by four public institutions in the top five.

6 factors that can help colleges deliver better online courses, resources

Wiley’s survey of students reveals that more than 90% like some form of digital learning.

The 20 colleges and universities with the most ultra-wealthy alumni

There is no other institution in the United States like Harvard when it comes to having the most well-off graduates.

Sanction or sunset 58 college programs? Texas policy group says they should be

A state analysis shows the struggles of some institutions to give students a good early return on investment in specific academic fields.

Colleges lost nearly 300,000 transfers during first two years of COVID-19 pandemic

New National Clearinghouse Research report shows the difficulties colleges are having in trying to strengthen mobility.

U.S. News rankings: Columbia plummets, Princeton remains at top ahead of MIT

Still weighing reputation heavily, the new list includes mainstays near the top but a lot of publics in the top 40.

Sticker shock: More than 80% of recent H.S. grads didn’t look at high-priced colleges

A new Niche report shows thoughts and patterns from many incoming freshman concerned about pricing in higher education.

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