Higher education affordability

Trump’s budget axes campus-based childcare for low-income students

Parents enrolled in college would lose a childcare program aimed at helping them graduate under Trump budget

What good is new summer Pell money if students can’t use it?

Congress authorized year-round Pell grants, but the money’s unlikely to flow this summer

They still value a degree, but Americans increasingly question the cost

Fifty-eight percent in new poll think colleges put their own interests ahead of students’

As graduates obsess about jobs, colleges cut spending on career services

Higher education institutions have collectively reduced career budgets 11.4 percent

OPINION — Did applying for financial aid just get harder?

How simplifying FAFSA can help close the gap in college enrollment

LISTEN: In this Kentucky town, refugees can choose a separate high school

Will it help students integrate into the community?

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Top universities could take thousands more low-income students, study says

Most elite schools have posted budget surpluses they could use to subsidize financial aid

OPINION: Why do high school seniors leave so much federal money on the table?

Positive reinforcement, other strategies to make new FAFSA policy more effective

With consumers pushing back against increased tuition, colleges seek new revenue

From selling produce to licensing logos for caskets, schools try to diversify their incomes

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