A review of websites and mobile apps designed to help students in the college application process shows low-income students don't benefit as much from the technology and limitations in the approach.


The Lumina Foundation announced it will give $200,000 and technical assistance to 20 cities over three years to help improve college completion rates.


Average debt among students who borrow to earn a bachelor's degree has climbed to $29,9000 with the class of 2014, a report from the Institute for College Access & Success shows.


To better align with the new common-core standards, the College Board plans to redesign the SAT with its debut slated for the spring of 2016, a delay of one year.


As much as we'd like to think the college-admissions process takes place on a level playing field, new research suggests it does not.


Lawmakers and advocacy groups react to the details of the U.S. Department of Labor's new competitive grant program to fund partnership between high schools, colleges, and businesses.


Admissions offers may be easier to obtain this year with a decline in the number of high school graduates.


An online resource aims to help students better understand the methodology of college rankings to keep some perspective in selecting a school.


While high school seniors right now are focused on applications to get into college, the bigger issue they will eventually face is getting out. New research suggests the pathways that most likely lead to completing their academic program.


A new index from the American Institute for Economic Research provides a ranking of the top college towns and metro areas, based on criteria that include the academic environment, quality of life, and professional opportunities.


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