In: September 2019

Report Shows Educational and Economic Impact of HBCUs

The College Board’s new Landscape service will be in wider use during the 2019-20 admissions cycle,

The proportion of graduate students receiving federal financial aid, the average amount they received and the

How Training Just for Dads Helps The Whole Family | MindShift

Around the U.S., a number of health care providers, such as Garfield in Chicago and the

Pell Grants Covered 24 Percent of the Total Cost of Attendance in 2015-16

Title: Trends in Ratio of Pell Grant to Total Price of Attendance and Federal Loan Receipt

Marquette University will lay off two dozen employees and leave roughly 50 other positions unfilled, the

How College Loans Strain Families, Not Just Students | MindShift

Families have really been transformed by debt, and really by the problem of dreaming about sending

Helping Students at Risk of Self-Harm: Considerations for the New Academic Year

By Peter McDonough This post is the latest in a series on college student mental health and well-being. 

Academic Minute: Goettingen

Popular Right Now GWU seems to be moving away from controversial Colonial Southern California admissions were

Seven Strategies to Keep Students Motivated All Year Long | MindShift

It’s easy to overlook the most important step in any teaching strategy: build a positive class

A $50 million gift to George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School earlier this year, from the