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An Aspiring Doctor Dreamed of Spelman. But Could She Afford to Go?

(This is the first in a series on college applicants and the circumstances that shaped their choices this spring.)Taylor Richardson wanted to go...

39 Million Americans Went to College but Didn’t Earn a Degree. Here’s What We Know About Who Returned.

Can universities and colleges do more to identify and re-enroll people who attended college but dropped out before earning a certificate, or an...

The Uneven Climb from College to Career

Ask students why they go to college, and they cite one reason more often than any other: To get a better job.Yet students’...

A Turning Point for Prison Education

Amy Walker harbors ”some seriously mixed emotions” toward the technology she’s used while taking class in prison.Her tablet often fails to sync when...

A Nonprofit Tried to Re-enroll Thousands of Students Who Almost Finished College. Here’s How It Went.

Some students who complete all of the academic requirements for college never actually get their degree.In fact, that was the case for almost...

Dozens More Colleges Can Now Enroll Incarcerated Students With Pell Grants

The Department of Education on Tuesday made more than 70 institutions newly eligible to participate in its Second Chance Pell Experiment in an...

Why Tribal Colleges Struggle to Get Reliable Internet Service

For tribal colleges across the country, the pandemic magnified internet-access inequities. Often located on far-flung tribal lands, their campuses are overwhelmingly in areas...

The Cost of Connection

Justina Wilhelm was one month into her presidency at Iḷisaġvik College, a tribal college on the northernmost tip of Alaska, when she was...

Colleges Are Trying to Re-Enroll Adult Learners Who Dropped Out. Here’s How It’s Going.

As colleges across the country try to turn around sagging enrollment rates, many are targeting one group in particular: the 36 million adults...

‘We’re Running a FAFSA Mill’: A College Adviser Weighs In on a New Requirement

Sara Urquidez lives and breathes college access. The organization she leads — the Academic Success Program, which supports 17 public and charter schools...

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