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All Hands on the FAFSA Deck

Colleges, government, high schools and community groups can find common purpose in encouraging FAFSA completion, Marvin Krislov writes.

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The 2024 Federal Budget for Colleges, Researchers and Students

Most federal programs important to higher education will see little to no increase in support.

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Davenport U Launches Bilingual Degree Program for Latino Students

The private university in Michigan is producing online degree programs with courses that alternate between English and Spanish each week.

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Legacy’s ‘Last Stand’ in Connecticut

State lawmakers are considering a groundbreaking bill to ban legacy preferences at public and private colleges. Powerful institutions like Yale are fighting to stop it.

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Cease-Fire Now

Michael S. Roth pushes back against calls for college leaders to stay silent.

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‘Another Unforced Error’ in the FAFSA Fiasco

The education department said calculation errors rendered hundreds of thousands of student aid forms unusable, setting time-strapped colleges back further.

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Survey: Students Turn to Loved Ones, Social Media First for Mental Health Help

New research finds college students lean on their friends and family over counselors or therapists to support their mental health concerns. How can higher education better reach students with resources?

‘Another Unforced Error’ in the FAFSA Fiasco

The Education Department acknowledged Friday that a calculation error led to inaccurate aid estimates for a sizable portion of student...