As COVID-19-related distancing requirements and campus closures sideline medical and nursing students’ clinical rotations, officials are debating what comes next. Should they maintain stringent training requirements? Or accelerate students’ path to care delivery?
Five student leaders share their struggles with food and housing insecurity, and what colleges can do to better support their communities.
Many colleges are shoring up resources for undocumented students in anticipation of a possible Supreme Court ruling on DACA in 2019.
An interactive map shows how the student debt burden disproportionately affects zip codes with less economic opportunity.
Two new reports suggest that tuition-free college programs fail to meet the needs of low-income students, but advocates of free-college policies challenge that conclusion.
Will NYU School of Medicine’s action to reduce future physicians’ debt burden set a trend for higher education?
A growing number of public research universities assign different price tags to different academic programs, but critics say the approach may discourage low-income students from entering certain fields.