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U.S. community colleges offer a unique path to success in higher...

International Education Week celebrates students who attend college outside their home countries and in the process help build a more democratic, secure and prosperous world. This...
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U.S. universities move to protect students from China’s authoritarian reach

U.S. officials and student groups are urging colleges to defend against China's authoritarian reach on campus. Learn about steps some schools are taking.
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Muslim student associations create cultural ties in the U.S.

The Muslim Students Association of the U.S. & Canada helps bring students together on U.S. and Canadian university campuses. Learn more here.
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U.S. remains the top choice for students to study abroad

The annual Open Doors report shows where and what international students are studying in the U.S. — and why the U.S. remains a top destination for study.

An insider’s tips for studying in the U.S.

Your bags are packed, tickets and passport in hand. You've brushed up on your  English. It's time to join the 1 million students who study in America each...
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U.S. offers Egyptian students English skills and career paths

Two Egyptian students completed a U.S.-backed English learning program that built their self-confidence and prepared them for careers.
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International students a boon for U.S. universities — and vice versa

International student enrollments at U.S. colleges broke 1 million again. Both the students and the schools benefit from their relationships.
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Pompeo urges U.S. colleges to defend academic freedom

Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo urged U.S. universities to protect academic freedom from the Chinese Communist Party's attempts to undermine it.

From big computers to big group projects

Take a look at some of the changes in U.S. college learning and living since 1985, from computers and libraries to cafeterias and student diversity.