National group includes part-time and other students typically omitted from college success -- and the numbers are not pretty.
After nearly two years of talks, U.S. News rejects changes to its rankings proposed by admissions association.
At admissions meeting, many remain uncomfortable with a controversial strategy for recruiting international students, but evidence abounds that the practice is growing.
Wording in the Common Application regarding ethnicity is causing headaches for students and institutions trying to gauge diversity.
U.S. projects that by 2019, gender gap in college-going will widen, Latinos will lead in enrollment growth, and completions won't come close to meeting the Obama goal.
Ending years of debate, one of the last all-male colleges will go co-ed.
New requirement that colleges display "net price calculators" could reshape tuition pricing, financial aid policies and admissions -- or maybe not.
Racial and ethnic gaps grow, and College Board adds a new benchmark.
Educators consider how they can get "near-completers" to finish up their college degrees.
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