A college administrator offers insights into the rocky rollout of the Department of Education’s supposedly ‘simplified’ financial aid form.
Self-advocacy and taking initiative have proven critical for autistic students who are also gifted, new research shows.
The author of a new book on affirmative action in higher education discusses how colleges might still be able to become more diverse now that affirmative action has been banned.
Inclusive postsecondary education programs help students with intellectual disabilities make friends and become independent adults.
Migrants to the US say they need a map to help them navigate the world of higher education.
This course beckons students to examine how alcoholic beverages are portrayed in books by American authors.
Collaborative work benefits calculus students, new research shows.
Diversity programs benefit schools and students in multiple ways, research shows.
While it’s widely believed that Howard University came to be known as “The Mecca” in the 1960s, new evidence shows the nickname is more than half a century older than that.
Scholars differ over whether having students use AI in their assignments will help or hurt their careers after graduation.
A lecturer in English literature gets her students to examine children’s books through the lens of race, class and sexuality.
An increase in anti-Asian hate incidents during the pandemic contributed to a rise in depression among Asian and Asian American college students, a study found.
Forming study groups and reaching out to professors can greatly improve a first-year student’s chances for success.
A math professor explains how he prepares future teachers to use poetry in their math instruction.
College students who postpone medical care to save money end up paying for it down the line in the form of worse health, a researcher contends.
A project to upgrade a high school playing field led to a book on how to inspire more young people to pursue careers as urban planners.
Research has found that race-neutral policies were not enough to achieve diversity in Brazil’s higher education system. Three scholars probe what that means for the United States.
Some colleges grant preferential treatment in the admission process to children of alumni. A researcher examines what’s behind people’s support for the practice.
The Supreme Court rejected President Joe Biden’s student loan program that aimed at delivering up to $20,000 of relief per borrower.
Three legal experts weigh in on what the Supreme Court’s ban on race in college admissions means for students, colleges and universities, and the nation’s future.