UC Berkeley and San Francisco State have introduced a program to provide Hispanic scholars with information and advice on issues such as Deferred Action policy and opportunities to attend college.
Here are details about the fake classes that University of North Carolina students didn't have to show up for.
Starbucks says more than 1,000 of its workers have enrolled for an upcoming fall semester at Arizona State University to take advantage of a program that helps pay for their tuition.
Middle-skill jobs require some education and training beyond high school but generally not a pricey bachelor's degree.
Education is supposed to help bridge the gap between the wealthiest people and everyone else. It doesn't seem to work that way as the rich get richer.
The state's Higher Education Coordinating Board is wrapping up a 15-year plan to boost Hispanic college student enrollment.
Playboy Magazine has unveiled its annual list of top party schools of 2014 and gave the highest honor to an Ivy League school.
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva will visit Williams College to present "The Diversity Puzzle at Historically White Colleges and Universities: How Race Matters in Colleges and Universities in America."
SkyOne Credit Union in Southern California has increased its contribution toward scholarships that the National Air Traffic Controllers Association offers to family members.
Café Bustelo and the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement announced the nine recipients of the El Café del Futuro Scholarship essay contest.
Cien Amigos-IMF Scholarships has issued a call for applications from Northern California college students and high school seniors.
The University of Maryland is offering a 15-month, global online master's program for technology entrepreneurship combining academics with its new Web-based incubator.
First Book will provide Hispanic books and resources as part of the Stories for All project.
Goya Foods, one of America's largest Hispanic food company, announces Feb. 15 deadline for its Culinary Arts and Food Sciences Scholarship Program.
Young Hispanics who converse easily with non-Latinos improve their academic performance and their economic and social mobility, according to a recent study.