Shining a light on student fathers

Around 30% of parenting college students are fathers, and their stop-out rates far exceed those of student mothers. It’s time to better serve this “invisible population,” advocates say.

How does wealth shape postsecondary outcomes?

To create a more equitable higher education system, colleges and policy makers need to consider the impact of wealth, not just income, on students’ ability to pay for college, complete their degree, and achieve postsecondary success, says a new report.

Rate of PTSD among college students doubled, report finds

In a 2022 survey, 7.5% of U.S. college students reported a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) diagnosis, more than double the rate from five years earlier, signaling the need for PTSD treatment on college campuses, experts say.