We gathered the best available data and ranked colleges not on what they did for themselves, but on what they did for their country.
Nearly half of all college students are twenty-five or older. Yet no publication ranks the top schools for them—except us.
We began with the 7,647 postsecondary institutions listed in the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) as being active in the 2015–16 academic year.
College isn’t designed for students over twenty-five. These schools are working to fix that.
Our exclusive list of schools that help non-wealthy students attain marketable degrees at affordable prices.
Student voting can tip elections. Here’s how some schools are figuring out how to get students to the polls.
Poor kids need college admissions help the most but get it the least. This injustice can be solved without breaking the bank.
Liberals and conservatives agree that it’s time for ultra-wealthy colleges to start sharing their wealth.
Cuts in research funding have left midwestern state schools—and the economies they support—struggling to survive.
The Obama administration promised debt relief to the victims of predatory for-profit colleges. Then came Trump.