Many institutions have hired Title IX coordinators to handle the evolving expectations and legal obligations.
Frustrated with glitches in the popular admissions platform, a group of public and private institutions pursues a rival system as a backup.
New state and federal legislation, as well as a big payout in a liability lawsuit, raises concerns about whether students will be told to avoid destinations deemed risky.
An appeals panel held that the First Amendment gave an adjunct the right to speak out about alleged mistreatment despite having been asked to praise her college.
In a time of Ebola hysteria, research on the undead helps us better understand how such diseases spread.
As for-profit higher education’s fortunes fade, an institution explores a conversion to appeal to Christian philanthropists.
Four California universities want to create a stronger sense of community for black and Hispanic doctoral students in science and engineering.
By Marc Parry
CUNY’s Corey Robin has provided a constant stream of online analysis, muckraking, and megaphone-ready incitement.
By Robert Warrior
For instance, can a university claim to subscribe to principles of academic freedom and then ignore them?
By Beckie Supiano and Soo Oh
The government publishes net prices students in different income bands pay. That should help prospective students—but colleges don't report their data the same way.
By Beckie Supiano
Now that the government provides data on what families at various income levels pay, it’s tempting to make comparisons. But you might be taking an apple for an orange.
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