Gainful employment takes another hit in court, jeopardizing a possible appeal and raising questions about federal collection of data on higher education.
With the interest rate for subsidized loans set to double July 1, House hearing focuses on the broader future of the federal loan program.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau asks for suggestions on how borrowers might refinance private student loans.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opens an inquiry into colleges' agreements with banks and providers of preloaded debit cards.
U.S. orders New York Institute of Technology and Cardean Learning Group to pay $4 million for illegally compensating recruiters based on how many students enrolled in new online college.
Foundation picks new strategies for its college attainment push and grant-making, with a focus on metro areas, innovations and results.
A debate about the future of veterinary medicine erupts at meeting of federal accreditation advisory committee.
Major data release from the National Student Clearinghouse gives the fullest, most reliable view of college graduation rates so far, and the numbers aren't so terrible.
A filmmaker explores the struggles of international students who try to stay in America after graduation.
The credit hour wasn't supposed to measure learning, for good reason, according to a new report, which recommends how to revise or even drop the standard without leading to abuse.
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