A new report exposes the systematic and continued racism that limits higher educational opportunities for Black and Latino students in the United States.
Roughly 1 in 3 Black student loan borrowers who started college in 2011-12 defaulted on their loans within six years of entry.
The Partnership of College Completion says black students are struggling with issues of access, cost, and ability to pay for college.
The loans disproportionately affect the women and students of color than the other genders and racial groups.
In many physical sciences and engineering fields, the bachelor degree growth rate of black students is witnessing an upward trend.
The College Post spoke to the Center for Responsible Lending researcher Robin Howarth about the student loan debt crisis in the country.
Through the African American Male Academy, the university will take an applied developmental approach to improve graduation rates among black students.
Buttigieg released The Douglass Plan, proposing free college for low-income students, $25 billion for HBCUs and debt cancellation for certain borrowers
New figures indicate that a growing number of students are taking out both federal and private loans to pay for their college education