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Education Dept. to Rewrite the 2016 Loan Rule Overhaul

January 22, 2019

by Susan Dutca

The Education Department will rewrite its overhaul of a 2016 Obama Loan Rule - most likely by dropping the "most restrictive provisions" of an earlier attempt to replace the borrower-defense rule. The loan rule outlines how borrowers who were defrauded or misled by their college can seek loan forgiveness. [...]

Overachieving Transfer Students Under Enrolled at Elite Universities?

January 15, 2019

by Susan Dutca

Despite evidence that transfer students from community colleges are highly likely to succeed academically and bring diversity to more competitive colleges, a new study reveals that elite colleges are less likely to admit them. [...]

College "Free for All" in Almost 20 States!

January 8, 2019

by Susan Dutca

Across the nation, nearly 20 states offer statewide free college programs in an effort to increase the number of students attending college. The hope is that "five years from now, we would expect that a majority of the states in the country would have free college tuition, and that would be a tipping point." States including Tennessee, Arkansas, Indiana, Minnesota, Montana, Oregon and Rhode Island have already rolled out statewide free community-college programs, "and more are expected to follow." [...]

Last Reviewed: January 2019