Getting an American-style education outside the U.S. is now a little bit easier, thanks to the growing number of international branch campuses.
As the number of students in sub-Saharan Africa seeking university degrees continues to rise, more students look to the United States for a college experience.
Students are using 3-D printers in "makerspaces," where they turn innovative ideas into reality. At one U.S. university, the space is in a dormitory.
International student enrollments at U.S. colleges broke 1 million again. Both the students and the schools benefit from their relationships.
Almost 100,000 international students attend U.S. two-year colleges, where they can learn English and get credits to apply toward four-year college degrees.
In the U.S., many journalists gain career experience while they are students, by reporting news for their schools' newspapers, radio stations or websites.
Can a school activity prepare you to be a reporter? ShareAmerica asked a former editor at Princeton University's daily paper what she learned.
International students at U.S. universities are now able to obtain a credit card, thanks to a startup founded by someone who was once without one.
Many U.S. universities have chaplains who engage students in dialogues, organize service projects and help out in times of personal crisis.