Second Chance Pell has brought more than $30 million to Ashland.
One big issue colleges will have to tackle this spring is a growing need for mental health resources.
This aid comes as campuses’ enrollments are declining and students are struggling economically.
Lawmakers made tests optional for 2021 high school graduates applying to Colorado colleges. The new bill would make that permanent.
A majority of the university's students now come from prisons. Some say it's substandard education.
Colleges are readjusting schedules, expanding COVID-19 testing, and asking for student input on the fall.
Tucked into the latest lengthy congressional relief package is language that will simplify financial aid.
Democrats are taking control in Washington, the pandemic is upending yet another semester, and states are reckoning with deep cuts.
Three things Jeff's watching: the student experience, the value of the classroom, and navigating ambiguity.
The controversial framework would prepare the physical campus to meet an anticipated 44 percent growth in enrollment.
The community college saw an 18-percent drop this fall, and spring registration rates lag even further behind.