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Disaster News Can Trigger Post-Traumatic Stress in Kids

Disaster news can trigger post-traumatic stress in kids thousands of miles away. In today’s Academic Minute, part of Florida International...

How Stevens Tech Attracts Applicants and Students

Different strategies work for undergraduate and graduate admissions.

Do No Harm

Former graduate students in clinical counseling accuse Johns Hopkins of forcing them out of the program.

One University of Phoenix Campus Left After 2025

The University of Phoenix will close all of its physical campuses, except for one in Phoenix, by 2025, according to...

The Week in Admissions News

Some loans to be forgiven; diversity confusion at Point Park; NACAC to study test-optional policies; Grove City says it’s not woke.

More Students Are Using Their Own Money to Pay for College

Forty-five percent said they paid for their education with their own savings and income. That’s an eight-percentage-point increase over 2019.
Opinion

More Than FAFSA

Rebecca Vidra writes of her surprise at how much her daughter had to do to apply for aid.

New Programs: Communication and IT, Criminology, Health and Social Change, Fashion Media, Cybersecurity, Digital Media and Film, Event Leadership

Alma College is starting a low-residency M.S. in communication and information technology. Bloomfield College is starting a B.A. in criminology...