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Apple Launches Mentorship Program for First-Generation College Students

Apple is set to launch a mentorship program for freshmen and sophomores in fields such as business and mathematics who are the first in their families to attend college.

Teen Withdraws From Admission to UT Knoxville Over 2016 Racist Slur

A 19-year-old withdrew her admission to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville after a four-year-old video of her uttering the “n-word” went viral.

College Students Develop App to Help Job Seekers During Pandemic

Having faced various job hunting disappointments, two college students have launched an app to provide a platform for job seekers struggling to find work during the pandemic.

College Teachers Launch YouTube Channel to Help Remote Learners

Two math teachers from Portland Community College launched a YouTube channel to help students struggling with online classes during the pandemic.

Great-Grandmother Graduates College, Receives Family Surprise

The 75-year-old Janet Lively achieved a life-long goal when she graduated summa cum laude from Georgia Gwinnett College with a 3.9 GPA.

Student Athletes Worry About College Scholarships During Pandemic

The pandemic has dealt a huge blow to the college sports scene, leaving athletes on their toes about their scholarships and careers.

Should You Mention COVID-19 in Your College Application?

With college applications soon due, you may be weighing up whether you should discuss the pandemic in your application. Here's what you need to know.

University of San Diego Freezes Tuition to Help Students

To help students facing financial hardships due to the pandemic, the University of San Diego is freezing its tuition fee for the 2021-22 academic year.