Advocates argue that the delivery method’s flexibility is good for working students, and…
The fall semester at Colorado universities promises a return to normal, prompting some to revisit college plans that the pandemic delayed.
The federal aid helped students like Helen Bonds stay enrolled at El Paso Community College.
Conservative lawmakers wasted no time answering Gov. Greg Abbott’s call to enact further restrictions on how race is taught in relation to the nation’s history in public and charter school classrooms.
After steep declines last year, many colleges are projecting decreases again this fall.
There are gaps not just in where higher ed is being covered but also in what is being covered. So we’re excited to announce that this summer we’ll be hiring three national reporters to cover critical topics that are under-scrutinized.
The insider appointments are indicative of a system of favoritism that excludes historically Black colleges and universities.
For all its faults in tackling colorism and Afro-Latinx representation in film, there was one minority experience it handled well: the story of first-generation college students.
Mississippi is still the least vaccinated state in the country, yet the universities are still trying to return to normal. Nearly 250 people have signed a letter urging the state board to require vaccines for students.
The University of California will cap international enrollments to admit more in-state students. But is it necessarily true that if someone gets in, someone else has to be left out?
Enrollments in the workforce grant program went up 8 percent in 2020 even while community colleges across the state and the nation saw substantial enrollment declines in credit-bearing programs.