Texas Teen Uses Entire College Savings To Help Mom Pay Rent, Avoid EvictionAt the ripe age of 18, Alondra Carmona is already making adult-like decisions -- and when it comes to her mom, no sacrifice is too big.
Texas Woman’s University Hosts Drive-Thru Graduation At Texas Motor SpeedwayAll 2020 graduates at Texas Woman’s University had the chance to celebrate their accomplishment today in person. But it wasn’t your typical ceremony.
Most Dallas College Spring 2021 Semester Classes To Be Offered OnlineDallas College announced Monday it will continue with mostly online courses for the Spring 2021 semester.
University Of North Texas Touts Record EnrollmentUNT’s enrollment is up 4% with a record-breaking 40,796 students this fall.
Colleges And Universities Learn How To Operate During The COVID-19 PandemicMuch like school districts across the country, colleges and universities are also having to navigate the challenges of operating amid COVID-19.
TCU Students Move Back To Campus With Pandemic PrecautionsTCU students have moved back onto campus with COVID-19 precautions in mind this school year.
College Students Discuss Challenges Of COVID-19 When Returning To CampusAs college students across Texas prepare to go back to school, this year they face the added stress of COVID-19 and changes coming from their universities.
What Will College Campuses In Texas Look Like In COVID Times?While public schools are still grappling with if and when to offer face- to-face instruction, colleges and universities in Texas are moving forward with plans to welcome students back.
Texas Prepaid Tuition Program Newborn Enrollment Deadline ApproachesTexas families have through July 31 to enroll their newborns in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund and pay this academic year's rates for all or some future tuition.
Students Dealing With Changes To SAT, ACT Exams Caused By PandemicCollege applicants are scrambling to reschedule their ACT or SAT exams after several testing dates were cancelled due to COVID-19.
Class Of 2020 Stands Strong Amid Postponed, Restricted GraduationsThey have stood tall in the face of adversity and crushing disappointments. Here's a tip of the hat to the Class of 2020.