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Last month, one of our enrollment experts, Peter Farrell, predicted that higher application spikes due to early FAFSA may be a false signal for enrollment leaders, based initial survey data from 171 institutions. Read the latest update on application volatility that many enrollment offices are currently facing.
U.S. News & World Report assigned every state a score based on several metrics, including share of residents who have degrees and average cost of tuition.
The College Scorecard doesn’t provide enough information on students' earnings and debt, making it hard for low-income students to make informed college decisions, argue two experts at the Department of Education.
Sen. Alexander's upcoming retirement could give urgency to Higher Education Act reauthorization.
Last week, the College Board's annual report was released, providing enrollment leaders everywhere with a snapshot of future trends in college pricing and financial aid. Read our take on the their findings.
One unexpected impact of early FAFSA is that prospective students are expressing interest in certain institutions a few months earlier than they otherwise would. Here are two strategies to identify and engage with this group.
Our research team collected results from 171 schools to provide early insights about the influence of the accelerated FAFSA calendar in our November 2016 FASFA Flash Poll.