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Weekly Wisdom | Interview with The University of New Mexico President Garnett Stokes

An insightful discussion with Garnett Stokes, President of The University of New Mexico.

Biden Rolls Out New Debt Relief Plan for Millions

More than 26 million Americans would benefit from the Biden administration’s latest plan to provide debt relief for student loan...
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The (AI) Counselor Is in

AI-powered college advising tools promise to free up time-strapped counselors and “democratize” admissions expertise for less-privileged high schoolers. Will they?

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona stands at a podium. A blurred out image of the white house is in the background.

After FAFSA Issues, Education Department Faces ‘Crisis of Credibility’

Colleges and universities say they need more honesty and transparency from the department to rebuild their trust in the federal financial aid system.

Nontenure Track Harvard Lecturers and Researchers Unionize

Nontenure track employees who teach or conduct research at Harvard University voted last week to unionize, creating a new bargaining...
A student speaks with ASU staff members at a resource fair on campus

Academic Success Tip: Resource Fair to Support Students Struggling Mid-Term

The University of Arizona hosted an event to help learners debrief their semester so far and make an action plan for the remainder of the term.

Borrower Defense Rules Blocked Again

The Biden administration’s new rule making it easier for a defrauded borrower to seek debt relief has “numerous statutory and...
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Report: Exploring the Differences in First-Gen Demographics

New data from Common App evaluates definitions of first-generation students and the impact any parental education can have.