HBCU advocates say funding shortfalls mean less scholarship money and financial aid for students and can lead to lower graduation rates.
Colleges have struggled to retain enrollment in the pandemic, so there is pressure to keep tuition increases low
State laws allowing athletes to make money and court decisions curbing the NCAA’s authority are reinventing big-money college sports.
Fewer EU students in the U.K. may bring some financial benefits to British universities but it raises some political concerns, too.
In his new book, journalist Adam Harris digs into the history of unequal higher education in America.
The National College Attainment Network estimates that about 270,000 fewer high school seniors have filled out the FAFSA since 2019.
Boot camps and certificate programs have a mixed track record when it comes to getting people jobs that pay well.
The University of Miami is moving to address a gap: "We have no Indigenous perspectives on our campus," one professor said.
Distribution of vaccines on campuses has sparked debate about whether students and faculty should be getting the shots.
With the number of high school graduates expected to shrink in New England and a shortage of people in tech, colleges see an opportunity.