Arcadia University President Ajay Nair recently recounted his experience in academe as a person of color and highlighted several ways that Arcadia could serve as a model for diversifying campus leadership.
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.
Universities have long stated their intent to hire more Black faculty, but very few institutions have made significant progress.
Signaling that free-college programs could be moving into the mainstream, a number of candidates are running on college-affordability proposals this election cycle.
New analyses highlight average debt levels by state, disparities in student loan default rates, and the surprisingly small number of applicants approved for the public service loan forgiveness program.
The Department of Education has come under fire for shielding student loan companies from state law enforcement officials and federal regulators who accuse the companies of misleading borrowers.
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.
Generations of Native Americans have been left behind in higher education, but tribal colleges and universities are looking to help change that.
College and correctional facility partnerships around the nation are working to build incarcerated individuals’ job skills and set them on the path to a degree.