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Drop in Spring-2022 Enrollment Is Worse Than Expected

New data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center provide a final tally on enrollment for the spring of 2022 — and reveal...

A Rural Student Sought a Faraway College. Then Came a Frustrating Setback.

(This is the third article in a series on college applicants and the circumstances that shaped their choices this spring.)Denni Fealy wanted to...

How One University Is Trying to Help Its Employees Protect Their Personal Time

Friday afternoons off. Sending emails only during work hours. Safeguarding vacation time. These are among the burnout-prevention and retention efforts Cornell University is...

Work in Public Education and Hate Chegg? You Might Be an Investor

Think you can sell Juan B. Gutiérrez on Chegg? Probably not.The University of Texas at San Antonio math professor and department chair is...

Financial-Aid Offices Are Short-Staffed — and Some Are ‘Drowning’ as a Result

Many financial-aid offices are understaffed and struggling to fill open positions, according to new survey results from the National Association of Student Financial...

Princeton Fires Classics Professor

Princeton University’s Board of Trustees voted on Monday to fire Joshua Katz, a classics professor, after an investigation found that he had “misrepresented...

The Majors They Wish They Hadn’t Chosen

What would people change about their higher-education journey? A new report from the Federal Reserve Board, released on Monday, provides some answers to...

How Purdue U.’s Income-Share Agreement Confused Students

A Purdue University financial-aid program that promised to reshape the way students paid for college has come under national scrutiny from some consumer...

Accessibility and the Intangibles: How 2 Students With Disabilities Chose a College

(This is the second article in a series on college applicants and the circumstances that shaped their choices this spring.)Luna Fera felt something...

Tuition-Discount Rates Continued to Climb at Private Colleges

Private colleges set a new record for discounting the tuition they charge students, according to a report released on Thursday by the National...

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