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Inflation forces college students to reconsider their education

The average undergraduate borrower has $28,400 in student loan debt.

Touro receives university status in NY

The New York State Board of Regents has granted university status to Touro College. The college’s board had voted to amend the charter to...

Latino U opens college doors and motivates students to enter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVYSL3pKPrM   Since its founding in 2012, the White Plains-based nonprofit Latino U College Access Inc. has grown to the point it’s now operating on a...

Suite Talk: Seamus Carey, president of Iona College

"It is a privilege and a blessing to be at Iona," said Carey/..

Transylvania U. President Seamus Carey to lead Iona College

Carey, a Bronx native, will become the ninth president of Iona, succeeding Joseph E. Nyre.

Sue Maxam: The path to retaining students and keeping them engaged

Student success and persistence to graduation is a top priority for institutions across the country and certainly for the many colleges in Westchester.

Housatonic Community College receives $12K grant from anti-poverty philanthropy

The grant is designed to help cover expenses for current students with fewer than 70 college credits, as well as those with more but who have not completed a college degree.

Cuomo calls on college students to enter $100,000 business competition

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is encouraging college students to apply for the seventh annual New York Business Plan Competition, a startup competition with a...

School test scores slump

Businesses hope for better.

2 Emmy nods for SUNY professor

An adjunct professor at Purchase College-SUNY talks about his interest in teaching students the concepts of theater design that made him a successful entrepreneur.

SUNY Purchase on top-college list

The college bests thousands to attain a Fiske ranking.

New interim chief at Mercy

Stewart's job history includes leadership at Pratt Institute and Temple University.

‘Living classroom’ offers undergrads unique environmental studies experience

A new program offered through Beacon Institute and Clarkson University gives undergraduate school students an opportunity to learn from the Hudson River.

Mount Saint Mary begins public phase of fundraising campaign

Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh has kicked off the public phase of a $10 million fundraising campaign to complete the transformation of the Dominican Center, an adjacent property purchased in 2011.

Conn. tuition hikes in check

Compared to many states, Connecticut has kept is public college and university tuition hikes largely in check according to a new study.