Non-white enrollments continue to grow in higher education, but annual data also point to lingering problems in college pipeline.
Post-9/11 decline finally appears to be reversed, due in large part to big increases from China and India.
Following difficulties admitting players, rumors swirl that Pomona is dropping football, but administrators deny it.
Draft of U.S. plan attracts significant opposition from some colleges, with experts raising issues of fairness and accuracy.
The Illinois college cites no reason for the move, but enrollment has declined sharply in recent years.
U. of Texas System embraces a move to promise free tuition and fees to neediest students, with 7 of 9 universities in step so far.
Researchers say California policies on community colleges, with focus on access, have inadvertently built barriers to degree completion.
State by state, leaders consider the thorny question of whether students living there illegally should pay in-state fees.
Reports about flagging U.S. competitiveness are about as common as college presidents quoting The World Is Flat or politicians worrying about jobs being transported to China or India.
With recent surge in applications, university decides to consolidate admissions deadlines.
Inside Higher Ed
1015 18th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
Copyright © 2014