Public flagship schools are expanding scholarship offerings to middle-income students—initiatives that may not only curb students’ debt burden but also boost enrollment and revenue.
An opinion piece counters the narrative that millennials are abandoning the humanities, pointing instead to wary parents, who are increasingly subsidizing—and steering—their children’s college pursuits.
Colleges and universities looking to reach and recruit rural students should tailor their messages and prioritize on-the-ground interactions, according to a recent panel discussion.
The financial stress shouldered by low-income students is a cognitive burden, an academic handicap, and a fixable problem, a columnist writes.
Military-affiliated students may benefit from targeted retention strategies that reflect their unique strengths and needs.