Coronavirus Pandemic Has Some College Students, Parents Considering Tuition InsuranceCollege tuition averages between $25,000 to $50,000 per year and often is nonrefundable.
Texas Attorney General Sues San Antonio-Based Student Loan Debt Relief CompanyKen Paxton is warning college students to beware of loan debt relief companies. Paxton is suing San Antonio-based My Education Solutions.
International Student In North Texas Feels He's Being Punished By New ICE PolicyVictor Tralci is a University of North Texas graduate student working on his master’s degree.
Fewer Students Applying For Federal College Aid After Access To Resources Cut Off During PandemicWhen school buildings suddenly closed in the spring the number of high school seniors applying for U.S. federal college aid plunged soon after.
College Board Cancels June SAT Testing And Could Have "Remote" Test In The FallAfter previously cancelling March and May exams, the College Board is canceling the June 6 SAT test due to the coronavirus pandemic.
SMU Suspends University-Related International Travel Due To Coronavirus; TCU Calls On Students In Italy To Return HomeA pair of North Texas universities announced new efforts Monday to keep students, faculty and staff from contracting COVID-19.
Texas A&M Suspends All Student Travel To China Due To Coronavirus ConcernsThe University said the decision was based on advice from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
SMU Tackles 'Cultural Intelligence'SMU students are working on their "cultural intelligence" to make more connections through communication.
North Texan Got Sick From Growing Problem -- Mold Inside College Dorm: 'I Thought I Was Literally Losing My Mind'A CBS 11 I-Team investigation found 47 cases of mold discovered at Texas colleges in the past year and a half that were bad enough to warrant reporting to the state.
Dallas County Community College Bringing Mobile Food Pantry To CampusesThe Dallas County Community College District is tackling the problem of hunger among college students with a new mobile food pantry.
Students, Parents And Texas Governor Weigh In On College Admissions Scandal"I worked pretty hard throughout this college process and all the work that I’ve put into it on the ACT and all of that stuff seems like it’s kind of going to waste," high school student Caleb Shirk said.