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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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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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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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‘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.

Sharing Attention Across Societal Divides: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Garriy Shteynberg, associate professor of psychology at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, explains how...

Idaho Marching Band Steps In to Support Yale for March Madness

When Yale University upset Auburn Friday night in the first round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, the Bulldogs’ victory...
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Opinion

This Year Isn’t Lost for FAFSA

FAFSA submissions are down significantly, but there’s time to close the gap, Bill DeBaun writes.

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Arizona GOP Bill Would Stifle Faculty Power in Governance

The legislation, nearing passage, would bolster the power of presidents and regents while reducing faculty members to merely “consulting” on governing, academic and personnel decisions.