This Bill Could Change The Way Americans Pay For CollegeHouse Republicans want to completely overhaul a federal law that governs higher education in the U.S.
Refinancing Student Debt: Is It Right For You?For many, graduation marks the end of college and the beginning of paying down college debt.
Proposal: State Pays 100% Of College TuitionA South Florida Democrat has filed a proposal that calls for the state to pay the tuition costs of many students at state colleges.
Universities Seek Funding Boost In 2018 SessionThe Florida Board of Governors on Thursday approved a $5.1 billion budget request for the state university system.
College Course Inspired By Black Lives Matter MovementA university will offer a course called "Black Minds Matter" - inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement.
Good Reviews Mean More Money For UniversitiesFlorida universities will learn this week how well they did on their annual performance reviews.
Seniors Beam With Accomplishment On Academic Signing DayIt's a senior class that's proving that you don't have to come from the perfect family or live in a certain neighborhood to succeed in school.
"Never Give Up": Student Surprised With $30K College ScholarshipA Miami senior high school student was surprised Tuesday with a $30K college scholarship from the Kiwanis Club of Biscayne Bay.
State Adds Up Costs For University DegreeThe average "net" cost for students earning baccalaureate degrees at Florida universities last year was $14,820, according to a new measurement that will be used to evaluate the schools this summer.
Low Income Students Could Get More AidAlthough state college leaders are unhappy with a Senate budget that would boost university funding but slash support for the colleges, they are pleased with a Senate effort to expand aid for students who come from lower-income families.
Higher-Ed Package Headed To Senate FloorThe Florida Senate is poised to approve a major higher-education package that would expand the use of Bright Futures scholarships.
Mom Reminds Son To Take Out Trash By Mailing It To HimA college student in Pennsylvania got a very visual reminder to take out the trash when he opened what he thought was a care package from his mother.