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Draft FAFSA Released

The draft is the first glimpse of what the new version of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid will look like when it launches later this year.

What We Lose When We Lose Languages

In cutting languages, colleges undercut commitments to social justice and to translation, in the broadest possible sense, Jessica Blum-Sorensen writes.

Student Success Champion: Q&A With Rudy Molina, James Madison University

As vice provost of student academic success and enrollment management, Rudy Molina works to create academic systems that support students of all backgrounds and to dismantle silos within student success across institutions.

Success Program Launch: A January ‘Jumpstart’ for Spring Term Success

Aurora University’s three-day online prep course transitions students into class for the new semester.

Divided Appeals Court Allows Suit Seeking COVID Tuition Relief

Another federal appeals court on Monday cleared the way for a lawsuit seeking reimbursement of tuition and fees from a...

Unknown Pictures and Stories of the Holocaust: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Wolf Gruner, Shapell-Guerin Chair in Jewish Studies and professor of history at the University...

Campuses Face Steep Shortfall in Deferred Capital Renewal

Colleges and universities face an “unsustainable” shortfall in deferred capital renewal, according to the 10th State of Facilities in Higher...

Rates for Low-Income Students Up More Than for High Income

At nearly 700 colleges and universities and colleges, the rates paid by low-income students increased by larger percentages than the...