The latest news on international students
Students' desire for inclusion has spurred new campus initiatives across the United States.
Two-year colleges can help students improve English skills, save money, and adapt to U.S. education.
Extra charges may go to increased programming--so take advantage of the services.
No matter where you're from, fitting in at college can be tough--but these steps can help.
Some schools offered students from abroad more than $50,000 in financial aid in 2011.
Paying for college can be manageable if you explore schools' housing, meal, and job options.
Starting college in America can be hard—but there are ways to overcome each obstacle.
For anyone outside of the United States considering studying here, start saving early, experts say.
Even from thousands of miles away, parents of international students can help keep their children safe.
Get solutions to common problems students from abroad face.