Community colleges in California push to get funding set aside -- as state budget crunch may freeze the fund from which they want the set-aside.
Blackburn announces 15% reduction, but by also ending bargaining with students and their families, the institution's bottom line won't change.
Going against the grain, Ohio's Lourdes College reduced its price and has seen an enrollment spike. Is that model replicable elsewhere?
A group of Fulbright Scholars addresses major challenges to the expansion of quality higher education around the world.
While educators see the value in low fees, they get challenged by a trustee who thinks it's fine for students to pay.
Cornell U. and U. of Pennsylvania move to uniform pricing structures — and in Cornell’s case, a lower one. Its goal: To help professors retain their grant monies.
New analysis -- attempting to shift college cost debate -- finds shrinking share of funds going to instruction and growing public-private gap.
Appeals court finds that in extending lower resident tuition rates to undocumented students, state "thwarts" Congress's intent.
Some community colleges are waiving tuition for the unemployed, as their numbers grow nationwide.
Iowa's Northwestern College hoped that locking in its charges to students for four years would attract families eager for tuition stability. But when enrollment fell, the experiment ended.
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