States last year kept their spending on student aid roughly the same -- but they invested more heavily in grant programs based on financial need rather than merit.
Lottery-based scholarships are popular and bring benefits, but often accompany other budget cuts and can fail to benefit students who most need funds, new report finds.
Kentucky State University tells a fourth of its student body to leave because they haven't paid their bills.
What happens after tuition-dependent private colleges miss their enrollment goals? Depends on the campus.
National Hispanic University shutters degree programs in part because of aid program eligibility, but some question whether demand is there for such a specialized university.
The impact of rising costs in a post-recession economy on the concerns and decisions of incoming freshmen is stronger than ever, an annual survey shows.
Responding to unusually detailed criticism from a member of Congress last week, dozens of colleges change the wording of their financial aid websites.
Why is the University of Virginia backing away from a student aid policy that succeeded in attracting more low-income students? And why is UNC standing by a similar policy?
Association of public universities says Obama ratings system could create "perverse incentives," but supports linking receipt of aid to performance on key metrics.
The Obama administration unveils more than 100 commitments from colleges and universities and millions of dollars in philanthropic donations as part of its White House higher education summit.
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