October 17, 2014

Why Colleges Don’t Want To Be Judged By Their Graduation Rates

“This fall, President Obama will release a college-rating system that is likely to include graduation rates as a key measure of institutional success,” The Chronicle of Higher […]
October 15, 2014

What To Know If Your College Loses Federal Funding

“Here’s the good news: A greater percentage of students are repaying their federal loans,” according to U.S. News and World Report. “The most recent three-year student loan default […]
October 14, 2014

On Campuses And Beyond, The Job Market For New Graduates Looks Up

“Campuses’ career counselors have been seeing encouraging signs, and now a major survey of employers backs them up: The coming year looks to be a much […]
October 14, 2014

To Cut Student Debt, Florida College Cuts Off Some Student Borrowing

“To get a student loan at Broward College, one of Florida’s largest community colleges, you first have to sit through a two-hour financial lesson with Kent […]
October 14, 2014

Higher Education On The Ballot

“Education may be a key issue in several states’ elections this fall, but referendums related to higher education are thin this political season,” Inside Higher Ed reports. “There […]
October 6, 2014

The Quiet Movement That Could End Higher Education As We Know It

“With college costs under scrutiny, student loan debt spiraling out of control, state subsidies for public higher education diminishing, and unemployment still high, it’s no surprise […]