A new survey of first-generation college students from Inside Higher Ed and College Pulse sheds light on students’ awareness of available supports and which they consider especially crucial.
The loan default rate for students who leave college early is three times that of students who graduate. A new book shows how schools are intervening to keep students on track.
A new book reinforces the crucial role STEM faculty play in teaching first-generation students how to study and when to seek help.
A new report on college assistance to first-generation students says “real progress requires institutional shifts, not just adding new programs.”
U.S. News has modified the scoring system for its 2019 Best Colleges rankings to recognize schools that enroll and graduate low-income students, but some experts are questioning how much actually changed.
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.
A significant increase in college programs and funding for students with intellectual disabilities offers social/emotional growth and job opportunities.
New federal data indicate that more than twenty percent of full-time freshmen nationwide fail to return for a second year.
A new study suggests that providing college students with a forum to discuss mental health issues with their peers increases awareness and reduces stigma.