A new study from the Brookings Center on Children and Families finds that a college education might not be a wise investment for some people.
If college here in metro Detroit is breaking the bank, consider an international option and cross the border. Find out why savvy education shoppers are putting Canadian universities on their short list in this special report by WWJ’s Kathryn Larson.
Wednesday is decision day for high school seniors across Michigan, who will be choosing where to go to college.
If a family is unable to contribute the entire cost, financial aid is available to bridge the gap. Learn more about the three main types of financial aid.
The donation is believed to be by far the largest ever gift to such a program, and comes at a time when most major gifts to higher education are supporting science, not the humanities.
A Democratic lawmaker has introduced two joint resolutions that would provide any active-duty, reserve or honorary discharged service members with in-state tuition at Michigan state universities and community colleges.
The latest staffing, leadership and boardroom news from Michigan’s technology-focused businesses, institutions and groups.
Monday in Lansing, state and national higher education, economic and business leaders met to talk about how to strengthen and grow Michigan’s economy by leveraging its higher education system.
Do low-income college students who receive public benefits stay in school longer and complete their studies faster?
Wayne State University’s board has approved a tougher new admissions policy aimed at boosting the school’s graduation rate.