‘It almost broke us’: Lawsuit accuses for-profit cosmetology college of withholding student financial aid
Class action suit marks the second time La’James has been sued for defrauding students
STUDENT VOICE: Having ‘the hardest year of my life’ at ‘a school that’s mostly white, conservative and isolated — everything I wasn’t’
Ready for a four-year college, a black student navigates a predominately white institution
Some students say they want campuses to remain open
When campuses close, some students have nowhere to go, increasing their risk for the coronavirus
COLUMN: Tears, confusion and financial woes as colleges abruptly end semesters and send students home
Higher education is unprepared for changes that are coming with the coronavirus outbreak, and poor students will be hurt the most
After decades of declining enrollment, HBCUs are seeing an uptick in new applicants, especially among Latino and international students.
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Free college and a call for eliminating legacy admissions stand apart from his K-12 legacy
Budget proposal unlikely to pass, but indicates an outlook on higher education