The potential cancellation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program raises questions about the future of undocumented students in higher education.
While much attention has rightfully been given to this impressive offer, the guarantee extends beyond financial aid. It also introduces a new system of marketing—one that aims to reach talented, low-income students who might otherwise not have seen higher-education as an attainable next step....
Only 34 percent of colleges met new student enrollment targets this year by May 1, the traditional date by which most institutions hope to have a class set. That is a key finding of the 2017 Survey of College and University Admissions Directors, released today by Inside Higher Ed, in...
Allowing students to report their own standardized-test scores could ease some of the financial burden of the process.
Jose Guillermo Rivas was immersed in the first day of his internship on Tuesday when news broke that could crush his dream of becoming a high-school guidance counselor.
Colleges look to support students after administration announces end of program that granted hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants protection from deportation and the right to work.
You might think the typical college student lives in a state of bliss, spending each day moving among classes, parties and extracurricular activities. But the reality is that an increasingly small population of undergraduates enjoys that kind of life.
The share of black freshmen at elite schools is virtually unchanged since 1980. More Hispanics are attending elite schools, but the increase has not kept up with the huge growth of young Hispanics in the United States.
Eastern Michigan University displays banners of 108 of its international students on campus as part of a national campaign to convey “You Are Welcome Here.”
Elite colleges need to change policies to recruit, admit and graduate talented low-income students, report says. It calls out some by name.