Rosamari Palerm transferred to a school in Miami last fall after her school shut down in the wake of Hurricane Maria. She’s returned home to San Juan, but some of her classmates have stayed, making new homes in Miami.
College hasn't changed all that much since the 1950s. Except for the price tag. Arizona State University president Michael Crow explains why we should rethink college.
When English is not spoken at home, and parents have not even been to college themselves, their children can get lost in the college application process.
Early-start, family-focused after-school programs are becoming increasingly common across the United States to address the needs of the rising immigrant population.
If you’ve been on a college campus lately, you might have noticed a few amenities - fancy welcome centers, golf courses, and saunas. Of course, these things cost money and therefore tuition and fees. But are they responsible for rising tuition?
More businesses are lining up to pay for their employees' college education. Their bet: Not just increased worker loyalty, but upward mobility.
With Greek banks closed, the 3,500 students at the American College of Greece — the largest American higher ed institution in Europe — now find themselves in limbo.
The controversial quarterback once bought a chunk of the campus of struggling Pine Manor college for his manse, carriage home and yoga studio. The Massachusetts school faces some of the same pressures as Sweet Briar College in rural Virginia, which announced in March it would close.
Admission and rejection letters are in. Now, high school seniors are trying to decide which colleges they'll choose, and where they'll put down their deposits by the looming May 1 deadline. One factor that weighs heavily on parents' and students' minds: how elite a school is.
At the beginning of her senior year in high school, a South African student had big dreams. But by the end of the year, she was forced to reconsider her future.