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Rice will offer free tuition scholarships to undergraduates whose families earn $130,000 or less. Students with family incomes of $65,000 or less will receive free... [Read More]
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In inflation-adjusted dollars, Purdue costs $4,000 less per year for out-of-state students than it did when Daniels took the job in 2013. [Read More]
The government filed a brief today in support of a lawsuit challenging Harvard University's admissions system as biased against Asian-Americans. Said Attorney General Jeff Sessions:... [Read More]
The proposed rules only hold schools responsible for investigating incidents that take place within their own programs or on their campuses, and not, for example,... [Read More]
In his resignation letter, Seth Frotman, the student loan ombudsman at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, wrote, "the bureau has abandoned the very consumers it... [Read More]
There are some changes at the top of Forbes' America's Top Colleges list this year. Harvard remains in the No. 1 slot, but Yale is... [Read More]
In a surprise announcement today, the New York University School of Medicine said that it will pay the tuition of all its students regardless of... [Read More]
The highest-paid public university president last year, James Ramsey, 69, of the University of Louisville, made a total of $4.3 million. [Read More]
After Forbes reported two days ago that billionaire Papa John's pizza chain founder John Schnatter had used the N-word on a conference call in May,... [Read More]
Trilogy sets itself apart by running its courses on the campuses of prestigious schools like Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania. The schools approve instructor... [Read More]
The most controversial commencement speech so far this year had nothing to do with Trump. It was delivered at a lesser-known women's college by... [Read More]
The most contentious commencement speech so far this year had nothing to do with Trump. It was delivered at a lesser-known women's college by... [Read More]
After narrowing his choice to a final four that included... [Read More]
Four schools revoked his degrees following the guilty verdict and at least three others may follow suit... [Read More]
Jukay Hsu runs C4Q, a coding boot camp aimed at low-income students. Most graduates of C4Q's 10-month course go from earning $18,000 to $85,000. [Read More]
After objections from the community, district officials agreed with Schwarzman not to rename the school. [Read More]
Houston public high school senior Micheal Brown gained admission to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Penn and 14 other selective colleges and he won eight of the... [Read More]
Micheal Brown, the Houston public high school student who got into all 20 of the top colleges where he applied, wrote not one but three... [Read More]
Houston public high school senior Micheal Brown gained admission to Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Penn and 14 other selective colleges and he won eight of the... [Read More]
Most of Teachable's teacher-customers pay $99 a month to use the company's software platform, where they can upload videos, communicate with students and collect course... [Read More]
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