Inadequate preparation, unrealistic expectations and other issues that college freshmen don’t anticipate can become important obstacles to happiness and success.
Students from all over the world apply to attend America's colleges and universities, but one country is now more popular than ever with international applicants — Canada.
Saving money for college, searching for scholarships and studying what is affordable can be tackled at any time, even if you didn't have much of a plan to start.
Males are enrolling in higher education at alarmingly low rates, and some colleges are working hard to reverse the trend.
But even without federal intervention, a look at affirmative action policies in 2017 shows that they have achieved their own kind of diversity, evolving from the explicitly race-based quotas of decades ago into a range of approaches that occasionally, not always, near the melting-pot ideal,...
The Justice Department plans to investigate whether Harvard discriminates against applicants because of their race, but such efforts are often futile because admissions practices are so complex.
According to University of Michigan spokeswoman Kim Broekhuizen, the University will continue to be on the lookout for developments on the subject.
Jeff Sessions follows in the risky footsteps of George W. Bush’s Justice Department.
Here are seven stories that look at the policy’s complex past.
Justice Department officials are planning a new project to investigate and sue universities over affirmative action admissions policies they determine discriminate against white applicants, according to a U.S. government official.