A coalition of selective institutions hopes to shake up how students apply to college. The group’s online portal is meant to bring more clarity to the process.
A federal appeals court finds the NCAA violated antitrust laws, but strikes down a prior ruling that would allow for annual $5,000 payments to athletes.
The program extended aid to students with "exceptional financial need." Sen. Lamar Alexander blocked a bill that would have kept it alive.
The default rates on federal student loans fell at all types of colleges, but thousands of borrowers still struggle to repay their loans.
The group hopes its innovations will put more young people on the path to college earlier. But some experts question whether the effort will really expand access.
A confrontational preacher’s group stirred up students at DePauw University last week. After the clash, the real issue for some became how police officers had interacted with the counterprotesters.
And among young alumni, only 38 percent viewed their college experience positively, according to national survey results in the 2015 Gallup-Purdue Index.
Students are questioning where to draw the line between freedom of speech and ensuring that minority students do not feel devalued.
For the first time, Chatham University is enrolling men in its undergraduate programs. President Esther L. Barazzone talks about how the Pittsburgh institution is staying true to its values.
Revelations that J. Bruce Harreld met with regents before he was chosen as the university's president have again raised fears that the board had been set on hiring him.
The Lumina Foundation's chief executive discusses his new book, his take on modernizing higher education, and immigration.
College officials can use the tool to compare strategies for preventing underage and dangerous alcohol use, based on what research says about their effectiveness and cost.
Unlike his predecessors, the visiting Pope Francis appears unlikely to push Catholic institutions to uphold doctrine in ways that alienate faculty members.
The results provide a sweeping look at the prevalence of sexual misconduct on campuses. But some experts said it might be hard to compare the findings to others.