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Daniel Sutter: Why go to college?

More than three million students will begin college this year, many pursuing degrees needed for high paying jobs. Amazingly, bachelor’s degrees open...

These are the best colleges in Alabama, according to a new...

In a fierce global economy, a college degree can help secure employment and keep you ahead of the competition. And though success ultimately rests...

Daniel Sutter: Republicans and college

Republicans’ and Democrats’ attitudes toward higher education are seemingly diverging. Increasingly critical Republican attitudes will likely, in time, have policy consequences. An annual Pew Center...

College application fees being waived for Alabama high school students

Applying to college can get expensive, fast. Between mandatory standardized tests, to campus visits, and pricey application fees — families can find themselves spending...

Talladega College raises over $600k to play at Donald Trump’s inauguration

The Talladega College Marching Tornadoes band found themselves in the middle of a national controversy over its decision to perform at president-elect Donald Trump's inauguration...

Alabama ranks among the states college grads are most likely to...

What to do after college can be a daunting challenge for many graduates. Grads are faced with many major life decisions, like where they will...

Daniel Sutter: Tenure and the cost of college

The cost of college has risen dramatically in recent decades. According to the College Board, the cost of attendance at public and private universities...

New study spotlights ‘best value colleges’ in Alabama

College degrees are quickly becoming the new high school diploma, as in the minimum credential required to get even the most basic, entry-level job. But...

Daniel Sutter: Will public universities privatize?

Many government services have been privatized over the past forty years, from whole enterprises like British Airways to simply contracting with private businesses for...

Hillary Clinton to propose $350 billion college affordability plan

Calling for a "new college compact," Hillary Rodham Clinton on Monday will unveil a $350 billion plan aimed at making college more affordable and...
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