Nearly a month after Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana, several universities are still getting back on their feet and attempting to re-engage students.
Louisiana recently made the FAFSA mandatory for graduating high school students—and saw rapid gains. Will a similar policy produce Texas-sized results?
What would make college more affordable for low-income students, students of color, and students from working-class backgrounds? Three college presidents share their solutions.
Educators and legislators are seeing positive results from targeted approaches to improving FAFSA completion rates among low-income students.