The university’s leaders face a steep challenge in enacting the reforms that they promised after Baylor’s response to sexual violence, especially involving its football team, was found to be riddled with problems.
The university’s decision to demote the president and fire the football coach left activists feeling as if their voices had finally been heard.
A petition urging the regents to keep the president in office has gained more than a thousand signatures. But some say the effort is misguided.
Arizona bars public colleges from confining protests to "speech zones," but other states’ legislatures resist taking stands on hot-button issues like microaggressions and trigger warnings.
David Longanecker, set to retire as president of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, says colleges must become more “friendly” to low-income and first-generation students.
The university refused to comment on reports that Kenneth W. Starr had been ousted following a series of sexual-assault cases involving football players.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee hasn’t released a plan, but he has commented on student loans, international students, and more.
Santa J. Ono explains his decision to openly discuss his past battles with mental illness, including two separate occasions in which he sought to take his own life.
The protesters who made race on campus a nationwide issue certainly intend to keep up the pressure. They’re recruiting a new generation of leaders, placing students on campus committees, and boning up on administrative bureaucracy.
The universities aren’t aggressively recruiting in faraway states, but they are reaching beyond traditional boundaries and trying other strategies to hit enrollment goals.
The rule will affect more than just postdoctoral researchers at public institutions. Here’s a quick guide to what you need to know about its potential impact.
Members of fraternities and sororities who participated in alcohol-education programs drank just as heavily as before, sometimes even more heavily, a study finds.
Jenny Rickard, now at the University of Puget Sound, describes her vision for the nonprofit organization behind the widely used admissions-application platform.
Legislatures in several states have tried to curb college costs, but none has gone as far as a bill in North Carolina would. The bill’s focus on minority-serving institutions adds another dimension to the debate.
The frequently used phrase sheds light on how politicians and the public view higher ed — and they might not all be talking about the same thing.
The standard of "affirmative consent" in sexual encounters has spread to many campuses, but students are still trying to figure out how to apply it.