Tuition freezes seem like they would help all students, but a look at the data shows otherwise.
A new report from the American Talent Initiative—of which Georgetown University is a founding member—recommends redesigning financial aid offers to increase clarity, ensure transparency, and better welcome students to their campus community.
Federal officials announced a final extension of the temporary pause on student loan repayments, sparking renewed calls for debt cancellation to address racial wealth disparities.
Colleges and universities from coast to coast are using federal pandemic relief funds to clear student debts for unpaid tuition and fees.
Three years after the launch of its tuition-assistance program, the nation’s largest private employer announced it will drop the program’s $1-a-day fee and fully cover associates’ college tuition and books.
This month brought mixed FAFSA news, including a pronounced drop in completions among low-income students and students of color, and a temporary reprieve from verification.
At least 11 HBCUs have announced decisions to clear some or all of their recent graduates’ outstanding tuition and fee balances.
Many of the nation’s employers offer college tuition benefits to their workers, but a significant share of the billions of dollars earmarked for those programs goes unused.
Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy recently announced the creation of a scholarship fund to increase access for active-duty servicemen and women, veterans, and military-connected students.
A new report indicates that the discounts on tuition and fees offered to students by private colleges and universities accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new report from The Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality highlights the living costs incurred by students ages 25 to 45—expenses that are often underestimated and can jeopardize students’ college success.
U.S. colleges and universities for years have had a policy of withholding transcripts and degrees from students who have outstanding balances, but some institutions are now reconsidering the approach.