Student Life Cycle Management

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ISU, Iowa Enrollment Gap Closing

Three times last year, the Cyclones topped the Hawkeyes in major athletic competitions.

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Small Rise In College Completion For Young Adults

The percentage of young adults earning a college degree has increased slightly but still remains far below the level needed to reach the president's goal of having the U.S. rank first worldwide in college graduates.

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UW System Students Under Pressure To Graduate In Four Years

Should the path to a degree in University of Wisconsin System schools take as long as it does?

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Graduating In 3 Years Gains Popularity

Some students look to save time and money by graduating college early

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CU-Boulder Projects Fall's Freshman Class Will Be Smaller Than Last Year

University expects to enroll 5,500 first-year students in September

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Eliminating Federal Aid For People Without GEDs Creates Uphill Battle For Some Prospective Students

At Grand Rapids Community College, they’re the minority – students who are attending college but don’t have a high school diploma or GED.

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Differential Tuition Could Hurt Program

Washington's pre-paid tuition program could lose some of its financial stability if state universities start adopting differential tuition for more expensive majors, a new report states.

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A College Education Isn't For Everyone (Opinion)

In President Barack Obama’s 2012 State of the Union address, he said that “higher education can’t be a luxury. It is an economic imperative that every family in America should be able to afford.” Such talk makes for political points, but there’s no evidence that a college education is an economic imperative.

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Student Loans Aside, College Students Face Plenty Of Money Woes

Higher-education officials in Washington state see their students' financial positions growing less and less tenable as education costs rise, jobs grow scarcer and more and more students must rely on student loans to get an education.

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Michigan Colleges Go Out Of State For Students

Their higher tuition boosts bottom line

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