"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.
Record Number Apply To Join "Gator Nation"A lot of soon to be high school grads want to be part of the "Gator Nation."
Senate Looks To 'Block' Tuition For UniversitiesThe Florida Senate will move forward next week with a proposal that would require all 12 state universities to adopt a "block" tuition policy by the fall of 2018.
State Senate Higher Ed Bills Pass First HurdleState colleges have raised concerns after a Senate higher-education package cleared an Education Committee on Monday in a unanimous vote.
Senate Looks To Revamp State College SystemFlorida state colleges would be placed under a separate 13-member governing board and face new restrictions on offering baccalaureate degrees under a Senate bill filed Thursday.
Florida University System Wants To Boost Online ClassesThe Florida university system has set an ambitious goal of having the equivalent of 40 percent of its full-time undergraduate students taking online classes by 2025.
FAFSA Registration Opens For College Students 3 Months EarlyCollege students can now get an earlier start than usual when applying for financial aid.
Plan Would Extend Bright Futures Into SummerThe state university system's Board of Governors this week will debate expanding the Bright Futures scholarship program to cover summer classes.
Hardworking Woman Left Looking For Answers After ITT Tech Shuts DownIt was a brave move for Martha Hernandez Trenzado – going back to school in her late 40s.
ITT Tech Closes Its DoorsAnother for-profit college has shutdown, leaving thousands of students in a lurch.
Future First: Success for Youth Through BOSS and P3The Children's Services Council of Broward County helps disadvantaged students navigate high school graduation and transitioning to higher education or employment.