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An Obama-era program, which lets prisoners use Pell grants for college, is wrapping up its first year. So far, there's no indication whether the Trump administration will continue it past expiration. 

Massachusetts is leading 18 states and the District of Columbia in a lawsuit against U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, challenging her plans to roll back regulations designed to protect students at for-profit colleges.

One of this country’s largest for-profit college chains has agreed to a $49 million settlement after it was charged with misleading students. DeVry University will pay a total of $455,000 to eligible graduates in Massachusetts.

Concerns over President Trump's immigration policies have not affected international interest in American higher education. That's according to new data out this week from U.S. universities.

In its inaugural episode, WGBH’s On Campus Radio takes a look at the battleground of ideas on college campuses.

Harvard President Drew Gilpin Faust is stepping down. Faust says she will leave her post in 2018 after more than ten years on the job.

Employers in America are having a crisis in confidence when it comes to college graduates and their preparation for the workplace. The latest Gallup poll shows only 11 percent of U.S. business leaders ‘strongly agree’ college graduates have the skills they need to succeed. That’s why our On Campus team traveled to Germany, where a different approach to higher education is yielding strong results.

High school seniors across the country are prepping for their graduation ceremonies. At a charter school in Boston, another big day comes a few weeks earlier when seniors make their college decisions public at an emotional school-wide ceremony in front of family and friends.

In Cambridge on Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered the commencement address at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, urging MIT graduates to serve something greater than themselves.

Students and faculty at Keene State College in New Hampshire say the college’s new policy on media interviews is having a chilling effect on free speech on campus. Free speech advocates see Keene State as the latest example of a college stifling the free flow of information to protect its public image.

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