Many colleges waived their standardized test requirements because of the pandemic, opening the gates for more students to apply.
Chinese students spend years mapping out the path to U.S. colleges. The pandemic has disrupted all of that.
With the number of high school graduates expected to shrink in New England and a shortage of people in tech, colleges see an opportunity.
The long road to a merit scholarship included 30 applications and 90 admissions essays.
If you don’t qualify for need-based financial aid, merit scholarships might be the answer.
Colleges and universities are once again pushing back the start of the new semester, or moving classes online.
For people pursuing student loan forgiveness, getting laid off means they're no longer able to make qualifying payments for PSLF.
These students are fostering friendships and study groups without school.
That could be because many community college students need jobs to pay tuition.
COVID-19 and the ensuing economic crisis is putting even more pressure on low-income and first-generation college students.