It's fall already, and that means colleges across the country are back in full swing. And, On Campus Radio is back with another episode.

First, we look at one of the biggest misconceptions about college — that "college students" are full-time, four-year students at big state or private schools.

In reality, four in 10 students are enrolled part-time, and many are working, commuting and struggling to finish coursework for their degrees.

We examine the struggles of these students and talk to Davis Jenkins from Teachers College at Columbia University about how colleges and states are tying to improve outcomes for part-time students.

Next, we look at restrictive voting laws and how they impact students. We'll talk to Daniel Block, an editor at Washington Monthly, to talk about hurdles students face if they try to vote from where they go to college.

Then, we'll turn our attention to California, where a new bill that aims to allow student athletes to be compensated for their names, images and likenesses is drawing serious heat from the NCAA and has the potential to reshape the college sports landscape. We'll speak to Andrew Zimbalist, an economist at Smith College, about the politics that go into college athletics and why the NCAA holds on so dearly to amateurism.

All that, plus updates on the Varsity Blues case as a federal judge in Boston begins handing down sentences.