The latest news on students
At two Ivy League schools, nearly 100 percent of first-year students returned for their second year.
Attending a U.S. college doesn’t mean you can’t study in another country, too.
Taking a year off – or more – before applying to law school won’t reflect badly on your application.
From free practice exams to vocabulary flash cards, the Internet is a robust SAT study resource.
Educators use personal connections and real-world problem-solving to get girls into STEM.
Online learning changes the way you interact with your professor.
MBA students can get feedback on business ideas from professors when competing.
Students earning two-year degrees or certificates can apply for dedicated scholarship programs.
A U.S. News analysis sees how well colleges are serving students with subsidized Stafford loans.
International students should follow directions closely for recommendation letters for U.S. colleges.