Students who applied to the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay (UWGB) might learn about their acceptance a little less traditionally.
Many colleges and universities around the country have decided that campus guest quarters, instead of perfunctory, can become pampering places that help promote the institution’s brand and image.
New federal numbers show that students who complete a college degree or certificate are more likely to be employed than their peers who don't.
Annual report finds that international enrollments climb at undergraduate and graduate level and decline at intensive English level. The number of Americans studying abroad continues to grow.
Some social media experts are advising high school seniors to take control of their online personas — by creating elaborate profiles on LinkedIn, the professional network, and bringing them to the attention of college admissions officers.
As higher education turns increasingly digital, disability rights advocates turn to legal measures -- and an attentive Justice Department -- to address the challenges facing students with disabilities.
Students are more likely to drop out of college if they lose even small amounts of financial aid -- regardless of their grade point average -- according to a study from the Education Advisory Board, a research and consulting firm based in Washington.
With access to predictive analytics and more data than ever before, how can universities avoid invading students’ privacy while promoting academic success?
Colleges are putting the brakes on hefty price increases, but tuition and fees are still rising at a faster rate than the financial aid and family income needed to cover costs, according to two reports released Wednesday by the College Board.
Colleges are re-examining their student enrollment data to better understand how courses are scheduled in an effort to fix capacity problems.