Which eight public universities spent 100 percent of institutional aid on non-needy students in 2014-15?
If Obama administration means what it says, it must end mandatory arbitration for defrauded college students
For decades, policymakers, researchers and journalists have relied on a single metric to judge whether colleges are committed to serving low-income students: the percentage of their students who receive Pell Grants. But while such data are useful in comparing colleges based on their records of enrolling low-income students, they don’t reveal anything about the schools’… Read more »
Could the entire $1 billion-per-year U.S. private scholarship industry be at risk?
As public colleges lure affluent out-of-state students with merit aid, less aid and fewer seats remain for in-state students