New Jersey Mandates College 'Shopping Sheet,' To Give Students True Financial Loan PictureStarting this fall, all New Jersey students of both public and private colleges will receive a "shopping sheet," required by law to lay out expenses.
New Jersey High School Students Launch Website To Help Peers Find Pre-College OpportunitiesThree New Jersey high school students who were frustrated trying to find internships and other opportunities have come up with new technology to help others in the same boat.
COVID Impact: Long Island Teen's Story About Struggling Through College Application Process Featured In Issue Of Time MagazineThe face of a Long Island teenager will be on newsstands across the nation next week.
Coronavirus Impact: Some Colleges Acknowledge Financial Challenges, Say They're Lowering Tuition Costs For 2021The college experience has changed due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving some families to question the value of a higher education.
Gov. Cuomo: Final Decision On New York City Phase 2 Reopening Coming Friday, But All Signs Look GoodIt appears Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio are finally on the same page as far as when New York City will enter Phase 2 of reopening.
Bill Would Require New Jersey Colleges To Link To Sexual Assault ReportsColleges and universities in New Jersey might soon have to place a link on their home pages showing sexual assault reports.
Gov. Cuomo Backs Universal Sex Assault Policy For New York CollegesThe governor outlined a proposal that has already been adopted by state universities in New York.
13 Businesses Coming To Tax-Free Zones At N.Y. State Colleges, UniversitiesThirteen more businesses have agreed to expand or locate in tax-free zones at colleges and universities around New York state while committing to bringing new jobs, state officials said Monday.
Multiple Tri-State Area Schools On Sexual Assault Investigation ListFor the first time, the U.S. Department of Education revealed its list of colleges under investigation on Thursday.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Proposes Turning Prisons Into College CampusesGov. Andrew Cuomo is proposing to provide college classes in New York prisons, saying a college degree will reduce the likelihood an inmate will return to a life of crime when released.
New Safety Hotline Coming To Suffolk County SchoolsA new safety system will soon be available to schools and colleges in Suffolk County, so they can establish immediate contact with police if a person with a gun enters the building.
Seen At 11: Colleges, Universities Crack Down On 'Study Drugs'When students return to school after summer break, they may find it a lot harder to get their hands on so-called “study drugs.”