September 15, 2017

From Foster Care to Freshman Year

How colleges can create a sense of family and stability for students who have rarely ever had it.

A complicated set of challenges put these students at high risk in college. Some programs provide them with a better chance of success.

Students who have been through foster care are often reluctant to accept help.

Some say a Kansas-based nonprofit’s plans for a new college are misguided.

Ball State University’s program has an 80-percent freshman-retention rate. Here’s how it works.