Can universities and colleges do more to identify and re-enroll people who attended college but dropped out before earning a certificate, or an associate or bachelor’s degree? Read more
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The number of students who left college before earning a credential continued to rise during the last two years. Read more
Universities might start to think about crafting and socializing a compelling research narrative much like they would a fundraising campaign narrative. Read more
The class of 2022 at Wiley College, a historically black college in Texas, learned at their commencement ceremony that an anonymous donor had paid off their entire combined debt balance. Read more
Faculty members at the Peralta Community College District mourn hundreds of cut courses and laid-off adjuncts. Administrators say enrollment declines leave them no choice. Read more
BU is not the only area college to see tuition hikes. UMass announced increases last month after a two-year tuition freeze. Read more
As the Biden administration promises a decision on whether it will cancel student loans, the White House continues to float idea after idea for what it might do. Read more
Universities across England have come out against proposals for limiting student numbers and access to loans, describing the plans as likely to crush aspirations and entrench disadvantage. Read more
University of Florida seemingly endorses state’s new anti-CRT law and warns professors that violating the law risks state funding. Some $106 million could be on the line. Read more
Affordability is just one of the keys to success for forward-thinking institutions in Vermont and Michigan. Read more