The American Association of State Colleges and Universities calls for increased partnerships with P-12 to improve college readiness.


Lesser-known rankings by U.S. News can help students compare college costs, merit aid, and student debt.


A new survey reveals the percentage of admissions officers who said that they discovered something through social media that negatively impacted an applicant's chances of being admitted nearly tripled from 12 percent to 35 percent from 2011 to 2012.


Inside Higher Ed reports that some college are considering pulling back on need-blind admissions policies as economic situation tighens.


The association for college admissions professions urges colleges to allow students to submit applications past Nov. 1 deadline to accommodate potentially severe weather.


Kiplinger's Personal Finance releases list of best private-college values.


The College Board releases reports that show student borrowing declining and tuition-rate increases slowing.


A new study indicates that college-success classes for freshmen have only short-term benefits.


Officials from the Common Application announce changes for 2013 standard form.


Community colleges look to alternatives to evaluate students for college course readiness.


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