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How Students Spent More Than $30 Billion in Federal Covid Aid

The vast majority of college students at 11 institutions who received emergency financial aid through the federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund said...

The ‘Student List’ Business Is Changing. Will That Make Student Recruitment Less Equitable?

Colleges have long used a reliable middleman to identify prospective students. But what happens if and when a new middleman emerges? ...

In 2010, a Janitor Wondered Where His Career Was Headed. See Where He is Now

In the ongoing public debate about whether college is “worth it,” Anthony Carnevale, a research professor and director of the Georgetown University Center...

Who Is Native Enough?

Phenocia Bauerle’s job as the director of Native American student development at the University of California at Berkeley is extensive. For the campus’s...

Is College Worth It? Biden’s Loan-Forgiveness Plan Puts the Debate in Overdrive.

When President Biden unveiled his unprecedented plan for student-loan forgiveness last month, he alluded to a growing concern for some: that college, in...

As More Stressed Out Students Consider Dropping Out, U.S. Surgeon General Pushes College Leaders to Ramp Up Support

Mental health is now one of the top reasons many college students are considering dropping out of college, according to a recently released...

After Months of Speculation, Biden Announces Plan to Cancel Debt for Millions of Borrowers

President Biden on Wednesday announced the outlines of a plan to forgive federal student-loan debt for people who earn less than $125,000 a...

Biden’s Student-Debt Forgiveness Is Reportedly Imminent. Here’s What You Need to Know.

After vowing during the 2020 election campaign to make student-debt relief a priority, President Biden reportedly will announce his long-anticipated decision on Wednesday.The...

Students Are Struggling With Basic Needs. So Colleges Are Tapping ‘Benefits Navigators.’

The three students at Oregon Coast Community College needed help. To finish their degrees, they had to complete an internship this past spring,...

Half of U.S. Adults Without Degrees Want More Education

Nearly half of American adults without college degrees think they need additional education to advance their careers — and just over half said...

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