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Black, Hispanic Students More Likely to Consider Leaving College

Black and Hispanic students were more likely than their white classmates to have considered leaving college in the last six...
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Making College Mergers Easier in New York

State weighs changes that would let struggling private colleges team up with out-of-state institutions.

FAFSA Timeline Delayed Again

The Education Department announced Monday that students will not be able to make corrections or adjustments to their student aid...
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A $150M Gift Allows Dartmouth to Expand Financial Aid

Dartmouth College is boosting financial aid significantly for middle-income students, thanks to a $150 million donation—the largest scholarship gift in...
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Higher Ed Workers Seek to Coordinate Nationally

A group called Higher Ed Labor United is trying to overcome the silos that divide unions and keep them from working together against the many threats to colleges and universities.

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A Third Vote of No Confidence at Lesley University

Amid job cuts and an alleged lack of transparency, faculty have repeatedly registered their discontent with President Janet Steinmayer. But will it change anything?

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Academic Success Tip: Engaging and Motivating Student Advisees

Academic advising involves building trusting relationships with students. One adviser explains practices that help students articulate their academic and personal needs while learning to advocate for themselves.

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Scaling Up: Peer-Coaching Helps Faculty Boost Student Success

Colleagues at Sacred Heart University provide feedback and guidance to one another with the goal of improving teaching and learning within the classroom.