The latest news on colleges
On average, football players at big programs scored 220 points lower than classmates, study shows.
Public schools would receive money from state partially based on performance and not just enrollment.
College is suing its fund managers.
As RPI lays off 98 people, critics question president's $1.3 million compensation package.
State's tax law changed years ago, but no one seemed to notice. Other schools could be affected, too.
What do all these mysterious categories actually mean?
The financial numbers around student dropouts are stark, Bob Wise and Marguerite Kondracke write.
A single mom who lost her home to foreclosure found ways for her daughter to attend a private college.
The state considers a plan that would allow students get a head start on college.
An interactive showing money spent by a sampling of schools on academic support, along with their student-athlete graduation rate.