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Is College Still Worth the Cost? Most Traditional Age Students and Families Say Yes, According to Survey

by | July 23, 2021 The overwhelming majority of undergraduates aged 18 to 24 and their families (89%) still belie Read more

Summit Looks to Address Financial Barriers to Student Enrollment and Degree Completion

by | June 8, 2021
Among the various barriers to college student enrollment and degree completion, finances stand [...] Read more

Western Michigan University Receives Largest Single Gift to U.S. Public University

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Western Michigan University has received $550 million, the largest single gift given to a U.S. [...] Read more

California Gov. Newsom Proposes $12 Billion Increase in Higher Ed Investments

by | May 18, 2021
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed a $12 billion increase for higher ed, with investment [...] Read more

NACAC Creates Committee to Improve Financial Aid and College Admissions Systems for Racial Equity

by | March 4, 2021
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) has announced a committee to [...] Read more

Mount Holyoke College Receives $10M Donation to Support Scholarships

by | January 15, 2021
Mount Holyoke College recently received a $10 million donation to support scholarships and othe [...] Read more

Report: Financial Aid Officers Can Use Professional Judgement as a Tool for Racial Equity

by | December 3, 2020
A new report by The Education Trust explores how financial aid offices can use professional jud [...] Read more

TIAA Institute Virtual Higher Ed Symposium Participants Express Optimism, Despite COVID-19

by | October 22, 2020
The Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) Institute recently hosted a vi [...] Read more

Report Examines Value of a Postsecondary Degree From Students’ Perspective

by | October 8, 2020
To understand how college graduates perceive the overall value of a postsecondary degree, the I [...] Read more

Baltimore City Community College Is Offering Free Tuition for Eligible Students

by | August 11, 2020
By combining federal financial aid, the State of Maryland’s Promise Scholarship, City of Balt [...] Read more

Champlain College Launches Virtual Gap Program

by | June 15, 2020
For students looking to delay their college start date due to the impact of COVID-19, Champlain [...] Read more

ACCT Report Highlights Need for Community Colleges to Offer Both Financial Education, Aid

by | June 7, 2020
A new report by the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) in partnership with The Gu [...] Read more

Seven Things Colleges Can Do to Help Students During this Pandemic

by Richard Barth | May 27, 2020
This year the path to and through college for thousands of students has been disrupted, but the [...] Read more

U of California Suspends SAT/ACT Requirements For Fall 2021 Admissions

| April 2, 2020
In response to the massive upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the University of Calif [...] Read more

Report Outlines the Need for Clear, Accessible Information About Financial Aid

by Lois Elfman | March 30, 2020
Many of today’s students are frustrated and even dissuaded by the hoops they have to jump thr [...] Read more
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