Borrowers will resume payments on federal student loans on Feb. 1, nearly two years after repayments were deferred due to the ...
Old Dominion University removed a controversial scholar from campus, in part for safety reasons. Some say the scholar is ...
Depending on where they go to college, students returning from the holiday break might face required testing, extended mask mandates, online classes—or no mitigation measures at all.
Disappointingly low student completion rates in the California Community Colleges system are prompting campus leaders to focus on retention efforts as they also try to stem enrollment declines.
With the promise of a new U.S. government pathway for private sponsorship of refugees in the works, a campaign aims to build support for a model through which universities could sponsor refugees.
Imagine a latter-day Rip Van Winkle fell asleep in 1957 and awoke (like the original Rip) 20 years later. His now-aged friends would relate incredible tales: of sit-ins, teach-ins, love-ins; of campus ...
Michigan State University faculty members don’t just want their COVID-19–related cuts to pay and benefits reversed—they want them returned.
Many more multiracial students are coming to colleges, and institutions must reconstruct their landscapes to foster a sense of belonging for them, write Kate Hermsmeyer, George Dou and Kelsey ...
A partnership between Miami University in Ohio and the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma that started nearly 50 years ago has yielded ...
A free college program for union members has boosted Eastern Gateway’s enrollment to nearly 47,000, but it has also raised questions about an outside company’s influence at the Ohio ...
Private donors could do a lot to help such institutions and the students whose lives they transform, writes Stan Spilecki.
A team of students is producing a podcast that seeks to undercut the stigma of attending a community college while answering the larger question of what it means for a college to be considered a “good ...