In a letter issued last week, Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan provided educators with information and resources about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Since the program began in 2012, over 580,000 young people have received DACA, many of whom are now able to request consideration for renewal. For more on DACA, check ou […]
A new fee waiver could eliminate one small cost for financially-needy students who are transferring between institutions, the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) announced Monday.
"Eleven public research universities around the country that enroll some of the most economically and racially diverse student bodies in the nation have formed a collaboration aimed at increasing the numbers of low-income students who start and graduate from college," The Chronicle of Higher Education reports.
"With Sen. Elizabeth A. Warren’s student-loan-refinancing bill stalled in the Senate, a bank with New England roots is giving some borrowers a break on their federal loans," The Chronicle of Higher Education reports.