Half of College Students Are Food Insecure. Are Universities Doing Enough to Help Them?
As more students search for their next meal, there's increasing demand for programs that go beyond the food pantry.
Restoring Prisoners' Access to Education Reduces Recidivism
Bipartisan legislation in the Senate and House of Representatives would make prisoners eligible for Pell Grants, reversing a clause in the 1994 crime bill that stripped such eligibility.
How Higher Education Is Evolving Its Thinking Around Controversial Campus Speakers
A public policy non-profit has put together some guidelines to help universities prepare for future free speech controversies.
Financial Aid Letters Are Really, Really Confusing
And that makes it hard for kids to choose the right school.
Is It Time to Rethink Campus Protest?
In a new era of protest and de-platforming, conservatives have defensively invested the First Amendment with a transcendent power and moral authority it does not warrant. What happens when equality and free speech are in direct opposition?
The Value of a University Education Extends Beyond Knowledge
Australian researchers find the experience changes students' personalities—for the better.
Students Benefit When College Costs and Spends More
A new study finds that college students are more likely to graduate from schools with higher tuitions and larger spending budgets.
Online Courses May Worsen Academic Outcomes, Especially for At-Risk Students
DeVry University's online courses lead to worse grades and higher dropout risk than their traditional counterparts, according to a new report.
Hazing Remains an Issue for College Marching Bands
In a recent survey, nearly one-third of band members observed hazing incidents, but few reported them.