October 20, 2014

Ed Department To Colleges: Read The Instructions

“The U.S. Department of Education has a response to colleges and universities confused by how they are supposed to count students enrolled in distance education courses: […]
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 […]