The board chair, Andrew Meyer Jr., will leave the board in May, while President Margaret A. McKenna will step down no later than the start of the 2017-18 academic year.
Administrators at Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering and Hampshire College reflect on the challenges of shaking up the standard system.
The Higher Learning Commission says it is "obligated to move swiftly to protect Illinois students" if the state's budget impasse doesn't end soon.
Faculty leaders are criticizing proposed policies that were devised to replace job protections stripped out of state law. They say the proposals leave professors far too vulnerable to layoffs.
Gov. Matthew G. Bevin questioned whether such students should be "subsidized by the taxpayers like engineers." But little of the state’s money supports students in any foreign-language study at all.
When a Syracuse University senior wanted to air her grievances about body-shaming among women, she turned to YouTube. She talks about what happened next.
The president-elect of the Association for Student Conduct Administration publicly accused her predecessor of assaulting her. His university placed him on paid leave while it investigates.
The University of Michigan at Flint has long considered itself loyal to its community. Now campus leaders have been challenged to prove what that loyalty is worth.
The U.S. Department of Education had said it was revoking the institution's access to federal student aid for engaging in fraud.
Jill L. Creighton, president-elect of the Association for Student Conduct Administration, made the allegation public on Wednesday. The group says an investigator determined her claims "could not be substantiated."
Seven months after Illinois's public colleges stopped receiving state funds, the university says it's almost out of money to pay its employees.
The Republican legislator has asked Stanford to apologize for a marching-band skit at the Rose Bowl that portrayed Iowans as hicks.
That’s a thorny question, as the resignation of a molecular biologist at the University of Chicago demonstrates. Without hard evidence or standard practices, professors struggle to balance the presumption of innocence with a desire to protect their own grad students.
Congressional hearings on the agency’s vulnerability to hackers have featured plenty of anger and acronyms. Here’s a guide to what’s at stake for students, families, and colleges.
Rumors about Margaret McKenna's future at the Massachusetts university have swirled in recent days.
The judge called the plan, put forth in mediation between the state's historically black colleges and its higher-education commission, "extreme."
Ravi Shankar, who was promoted to full professor while in prison for a probation violation, has agreed to never work in Connecticut's public-college system again.
The association says the professor, who drew scorn for attempting to have a student journalist removed from a protest, was denied due process.
The decision follows protests by members of the student group Native Americans at Brown, who say "Columbus Day" celebrates genocide.
High-school athletes are trying to "break the Internet" as they reveal their commitments to college-sports programs.