A scholar weighs in on a new lawsuit that accuses several elite schools of price fixing and conspiring to lower the amount of financial aid offered to low-income students.
Students who are the first in their family to attend college view a college degree differently than children of college-educated parents, researchers find.
Student loan debt can hurt borrowers, but the pain is even greater when the borrower is taking out a student loan for their child, new research shows.
Foreign graduate students in the US face a slew of obstacles when it comes to advancing their research careers. Four international Ph.D. students in neuroscience offer some suggestions.
The US has experienced a record decline in the number of international students. How long will the trend continue? An international education scholar weighs in.
The world of rap music has no shortage of artists who turned their backs on formal education only to become some of education’s biggest benefactors.
Net price calculators – online tools meant to estimate what students will actually pay for college – can produce varying results for students in similar economic situations, researchers find.
A futurist who focuses on education technology says artificial intelligence is slowly making human professors less vital to colleges and universities.
In their quest to feel high and relax, college students who use marijuana may be setting themselves back, research consistently shows.
An expert on ‘college knowledge’ suggests strategies to boost your chances of getting into your dream school.
Students who come from families that are more well-off financially have an advantage in their quest to become a college athlete, researchers have found.
When colleges and universities provide better funding for Ph.D. students, more students – especially students of color – apply.
A sports management scholar weighs in on whether college athletes can appear in their school’s swag while promoting various products.
As schools and colleges confront the challenges of COVID-19, cybercriminals exploit weaknesses in the computer networks and online systems.
As federal student loan debt continues to rise, a number of scholars discuss how debt affects the nation’s college students, graduates and the economy as a whole.
Congress first imposed a lifetime ban on discharging student loans through bankruptcy in 1998. Two scholars explain how that could change under a proposed law.
Colleges and universities are using federal money to clear their students’ debt. An economist explains who will benefit from this move.
Higher education in the US has been faulted for not requiring students to read and write enough. But is that criticism justified? New research raises doubts.
Academic tenure – a system of job protections for university professors – came about in the early 20th century. Will it survive in the 21st century? A scholar weighs in.
Under a proposal from a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation initiative, the federal government would collect data on student economic outcomes.