Sending Students a Letter About Their Debt Might Not Be Enough to Change Their Borrowing

Jul 7, 2016 | No Comments

The Indiana University system saw a much-heralded drop in borrowing after sending students a letter about their debt. The system was doing other things to educate borrowers, but the letter is what caught the attention of policy makers and others.

How the student debt crisis affects African Americans and Latinos

How the student debt crisis affects African Americans and Latinos

Feb 21, 2016 | No Comments

Loan Delinquency disproportionately affects minority communities.

What People Want to Know About the Payoff of Different Degrees

Dec 9, 2015 | No Comments

Anthony Carnevale from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce shares his take on the role college rankings should play in students’ searches and the one question he says people always have about the labor-market return on a degree.

A College President’s Christmas List

No Shortcuts to Increasing Enrollment

Dec 2, 2015 | No Comments

“We are now hearing about the “privatization of public institutions” as a result of that trend. At the end of the day, students in public institutions end up paying more without necessarily seeing a higher quality of education.”