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Colleges accused of conspiring to make low-income students pay more

Robert Massa, University of Southern California Sixteen universities – including six in the Ivy League – are accused in...

Federal financial aid for college will be easier to apply for...

Robert Kelchen, Seton Hall University Editor’s note: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid – better known as FAFSA – is being simplified through the...

5 ways that the coronavirus will change college admissions this fall

Robert Massa, University of Southern California Editor’s note: The new coronavirus is spreading across the United States just as many high school seniors were applying...

States – not just Congress – should unlock student financial aid...

Bradley D. Custer, Michigan State University When it comes to higher education in prison, much of the media and advocacy focus is on trying to...

New debit card for federal student loan borrowers could save money,...

Lewis Mandell, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York The U.S. Department of Education is about to pilot test a new debit card...

I went from prison to professor – here’s why criminal records...

Stanley Andrisse, Howard University Beginning next year, the Common Application – an online form that enables students to apply to the 800 or so colleges...

How colleges must collaborate to lift up the communities just outside...

Nancy Cantor, Rutgers University Newark and Gordon Gee, West Virginia University From the editors: Universities teach and research, but what impact do they –...

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