State block grants, restructured tax credit centerpieces of a proposal aimed at increasing access to college.
Textbook plan at Camden County College could amount to substantial savings for students.
Publishers' group catches a key mistake by group that says textbook prices are too high.
Public/private status and tuition rates don't necessarily predict which students will borrow the most, study finds.
"Report card" on higher education finds U.S. trailing other countries -- with cost of attendance growing as problem for families.
Now that the country's most visible university has decided to do away with early admissions, will anyone else follow?
Federal advisory panel hears testimony on a range of topics relating to college access and affordability.
Study says there is a simple way to increase (or decrease) graduation rates: increase (or decrease) state appropriations.
Parents have high hopes for their children earning scholarships -- and modest expectations for adding to college funds.
Candidates in many of this year's 36 gubernatorial elections are campaigning on costs, access and other college issues.
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