Making it easy for students and families to apply for federal student aid is a little like the Holy Grail—universally sought for its extraordinary value, but never found.
This video accompanies the newly released Quick Hit brief, “A More Uniform Way of Recognizing Online Degree Programs Across State Lines, with SARA (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement) as a Focus.”
Twenty-five years after the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law, Drake University (IA) and its Harkin Institute for Public Policy and Citizen Engagement released never-before-seen congressional files and materials on the legislation.
A new report by the National Association of College Stores (NACS), Student Watch™: Attitudes and Behaviors toward Course Materials: Spring 2015, finds that average annual spending by students on course materials has dropped in recent years.
From Race, Class, and College Access, a new ACE report that examines how legal challenges to race-conscious admissions are influencing contemporary admissions practices at selective colleges and universities.
Congress is proposing eliminating 200,000 students from receiving federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG):
At the University of Washington, the conversation on diversity and race has found a permanent home through the creation of the Center for Communication, Diversity and Equity.
As of 2011, 26 percent of college presidencies nationally were occupied by women, just a three percent increase since 2006. A group of women at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is working to change that number by forming the Alabama Network for Women Leaders in Higher Education.