More schools are willing to say: If your grades (and maybe test scores) are good enough, you're in!
The rankings created by U.S. News have become very influential, but critics say prospective students should do more research.
Might other private colleges follow Williams College's lead?
Many HBCUs were established in the years following the Civil War to educate Black people. Now, many are seeing an increase in applications.
Rising wages for entry-level positions may be luring young people who are opting to work instead of attend college. What might this shift mean for the workforce in the longterm?
The Department of Education provided ideas for using these funds, including text-based counseling and suicide-prevention training.
The University of California is the latest public land grant university system to waive tuition for some Native American students. But tuition costs are just one financial barrier that keeps Indigenous people from getting degrees.
It's a shift from nearly three decades ago, when Congress banned incarcerated people from having access to Pell Grants.
The American Rescue Plan earmarked about $77 billion in higher education relief, with a significant chunk dedicated to helping students with costs outside tuition, including housing, food and clothes.
There aren't enough seats at 4-year universities for qualified students. How can the state meet the rising demand?