Colleges will have to look ahead to how the pandemic will affect future resources and spending.
As the spread of coronavirus continues to close campuses, leaders worry about how differences in internet access and housing and food insecurity will impact students as changes continue.
Twenty-one states have some type of free-college program, and polls show a strong majority favors free tuition at public colleges.
Public flagships and regional state colleges are devoting part of their institutional aid to non-needy students.
To learn what obstacles loom largest, and how individual lives are affected, zoom in to a city. We’ll be listening in New Orleans.
The predictions are in for 2020 and beyond: College closures. Admissions scrutiny. Big Brother U.
A new series examines colleges’ role in social mobility. Instead of acting as a leveler, higher ed often reinforces economic differences.
About one in six American adults has student debt. If you’re one of them, we want to hear from you.
A survey offers a view into what young people think about college.
Get ready to dig into the most granular data we’ve ever had about what colleges graduates earn. Plus, we introduce you to our new intern.