It behooves us to reconsider who we educate, how we do so, and for what reasons
As the article suggests, one approach is to think big and move recruitment goals beyond the state's borders. Ms. Pappano
Despite Trump’s claim that he “loves the poorly educated,” public higher education is one slice of the economy that America can’t afford to sacrifice.
Why do private research universities have much larger endowments? In addition, there are differences in the way research
If you have exhausted all of your financial aid options and still have expenses to cover, you can search the private loan marketplace. There are plenty of online lenders available; just be sure to compare several offers to make sure you choose the best offer possible.
Colleges and universities are playing their part in making college accessible and affordable. But we can't do it alone. We need a strong partnership with the federal government, one where Pell awards are increased, not diminished in inflation-adjusted dollars.
Tuition officially surpassed state funding in fiscal year 2012, the GAO found, accounting for 25 percent of public college
As a president of a major public university, I'm a strong advocate of the value of a four-year bachelor's degree, and studies do bear out the proposition that those who have that degree fare better in life than those who don't.
Annual published tuition -- the "sticker price" -- at four-year public colleges has risen by $1,936, or 28 percent, since the 2007-08 school year, after adjusting for inflation. This has accelerated longer-term trends of reducing college affordability and shifting costs from states to students.
Last fall, state lawmakers in Kansas vowed to withhold appropriations from the University of Kansas after journalism professor
Behind these changes is a fundamental shift. Public colleges, once viewed as worthy of collective investment for the greater