It’s not a good time to be a first-generation college student without a safety net.
Accounting for the federal money and the state cuts, higher education institutions are facing a roughly 5% reduction next year.
In contrast, the stimulus package for the Great Recession enabled schools to more easily access money for institutional needs.
The scenario is worse than preliminary estimates predicting a $2 billion to $3 billion shortfall.
GOP senators want a halt to OPT. The president seems to be thinking about it. Plus, new research links visa-refusal rates to international enrollment declines.
Unable to celebrate in person, the Class of 2020 has created new ceremonies on top of their universities’ virtual graduation events.
One professor says trustees should shift policies to use large endowments to help their universities in economic crises.
In 1983, Nate Easley attended Colorado State University and received $900 federal grants each year that almost covered…
When college leaders push for a return to in-person class this fall, the value of the campus environment is central to their argument.
Colleges want to open their campuses for in-person instruction this fall. That’s because the alternatives, whatever they might…
One thing the pandemic is making clear is just how porous the borders are between town and gown.