A forthcoming study aims to clarify that -- contrary to popular portrayals -- most students who delay college are less well-off than their peers and face obstacles stemming from academics, wealth and family matters.
A Texas community college decides to risk losing some state funds by forcing students to register on time — with goal of improving completion rates.
Community colleges in California and Connecticut are trying to show students that they are better off financially if they enroll full time.
After disappointing enrollments in last year's freshman class, Wentworth dramatically expands need-based aid.
New data from the Education Department show booming enrollments (with for-profit colleges leading the pack) and steady graduation rates.
As overall enrollments rise by 4.8 percent in 2008-9, private sector institutions grow by 21.5 percent. Other findings: colleges' operating margins shrink, number of students getting aid climbs.
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