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Inflation Has Yet to Affect Tuition, but Students Still Feel the...

Amid the economic setback of the pandemic and the ever-rising cost of higher education, financial burdens for low-income families have become amplified in recent...

Higher Education Works with Limited Federal Relief to Help Students

In early December 2020, the American Council on Education (ACE), in conjunction with more than 100 other higher education groups, penned a letter to...

New Data Shows Most Students Are on Their Own – and...

A report released Tuesday by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) shows that a majority of U.S. college students qualify as independent of...

A Programmatic Approach to Ensuring the Success of First-Generation, Low-Income Students

Although college access continues to be a central focus for first-year, first-generation, and low-income students, campus engagement, involvement, and awareness are equally critical to...