At a special commencement ceremony for first-generation college graduates, a dean gave a speech made up of nothing but questions.
From the biggest ‘wicked’ problems on down, finding solutions to challenges depends on working together collaboratively. Students think they’re good at this, but they aren’t. Here’s what could help.
First-generation college students earn substantially less than their peers whose parents went to college, new research shows.
New data show that less than half of all Pell Grant recipients graduate on time – a reality that one scholar attributes to the unique barriers faced by low-income students.
A professor of social work who grew up in foster care shines light on programs meant to help former foster youth make it through college.
A changing world has affected educated workers decisions about where they want to live and work. What are the choices millennials are making?
Hillary Clinton recently announced a US$350 billion plan to make college free. But what students need for now is information that can help them make sound decisions about their college investment.
Should you pursue the major that you have a passion for, or one that is considered “hot” for getting a job with a high salary?
Young adults can be easily derailed. Close to 60% students take six years to finish their four-year undergraduate program. How can you help?