The federal government is providing over $13 million for on-campus child care services that aid low-income student parents as they juggle their family and academic obligations.
In a three-part series, Teen Vogue explores how student-parents experience the journey to and through a higher education system full of structural challenges.
Higher education experts are encouraging a stronger focus on student-fathers, noting that they are often overlooked—and especially vulnerable to basic needs insecurity.
A new memoir from Nicole Lynn Lewis, founder of a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit that helps teen parents enroll and thrive in college, highlights opportunities for higher education to better support students who are raising children.
Images of college students typically feature one type of learner: the recent high school graduate living on campus. A new photo project hopes to show that the postsecondary experience is far more varied.
Layering college on top of family responsibilities, virtual learning, and the stress of a pandemic, student parents are struggling to stay afloat as they care for themselves and those at home.