We partner with trusted manufacturers and organizations to deliver you exclusive, authentic, and engaging content that sparks curiosity for all students. In an effort to improve person expertise based on feedback from stakeholders throughout Indiana, IDOE is in the process of migrating its web site to the State of Indiana’s […]

BURLINGTON COUNTY, NJ — Rowan College at Burlington County will offer a limited number of on-campus courses this fall as the college prepares to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, the college said it will offer new types of online courses to increase engagement in the course […]

At Kiplinger, the name of the game is value. For more than 20 years, our annual college rankings have been no exception. Over the years, we analyzed data on hundreds of public and private colleges and universities across the nation seeking institutions that deliver a high-quality education at an affordable […]

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally restructured higher education for at least the next semester. Come fall, many college students are yet again facing a life off-campus, sitting in front of a screen. Despite the obvious differences between online and in-person education, colleges and universities are largely set on maintaining — […]

WASHINGTON – Seventeen states and the District of Columbia sued President Donald Trump’s administration Monday to block a new rule that would force international college students to leave United States if they’re only enrolled in online classes this fall. Some universities are planning to offer classes entirely online because of […]

Are you in college and feeling like you’re stuck in limbo because of the COVID-19 pandemic? Hiring freezes, canceled internships and stay-at-home orders have thrown a lot of summer 2020 plans out the window. But you can still make the most of your summer break to further your education, work […]

The best laid plans of the college bound often go awry. Yes, English majors, I mangled that quote, but you get the idea: Any plans you may have made waaaay back in 2019 about attending college this fall have probably changed. You’re not alone. Nearly half of 2020 grads say […]