The number of students enrolled in U.S. colleges declines in 2011, the first such drop in at least 15 years. For-profit colleges lose the most.
Survey shows that prospective students use Facebook more than any other network to research colleges, and they're looking primarily to interact with current students and admissions officers.
Saint Benedict decreased enrollment to shore up its finances, an unusual move at a time when many small colleges are considering growth.
Federal data show number of students in college rose by 3% in fall 2010, less than half as much as in 2009. Gender gap shrinks; for-profit colleges enrolled 11.3% of students.
With a focus on job training and steady growth, Rasmussen College may look more like a local college than a for-profit
Colleges focusing on independence might be inadvertently harming first-generation students who favor collaboration, a new study contends.
Northeastern opens a new graduate campus in Charlotte, N.C., and plans further expansion to other cities in tactic to reach previously untapped students.
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