Higher education affordability

In the heart of the Big Apple, a college’s president and students laud free tuition proposal

Reimagined: Prospects for middle-class membership, economic stability

Budget cuts are taking the heaviest toll on colleges that serve the neediest students

States are disproportionately subsidizing schools whose students are wealthier, whiter

Students, feeling nickel-and-dimed, force new scrutiny of college fees

A handful of schools call a halt to unexpected fees that are rising faster than tuition

More universities and colleges reach out to boost their home communities

In a time of falling trust, the trend is in institutions’ self-interest as well as social interest

A military college doubles down on making learning faster, longer lasting

Could this innovation help civilian universities speed their students to degrees?

New Poll: College grads unhappy with the career services they’re getting

More than half say their career offices were unhelpful or only somewhat helpful

Defying political pushback, private colleges quietly enroll undocumented students

Outside financial support helps, but post-election realities may overcome bold rhetoric

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Colleges face a new reality, as the number of high school graduates will decline

An increase in low-income and minority-group students will challenge colleges to serve them better

Universities cut services for a big group of their students: those over 25

Though more adults need higher educations, their enrollment has begun to fall

Canadian schools succeed in nudging one minority group to and through college

Despite continued challenges, similar approaches could help nonwhites in the U.S.

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