The university is making progress in enrolling more students eligible for Pell Grants. Now it is wrestling with how to better support low-income students once they enroll.
A former mayor of Minneapolis says "different schools" will help close the achievement gap between white and minority students.
As it tries to confront hazing and a student’s death, the state’s flagship university proposes a new recruitment and initiation process for campus Greek life.
A researcher describes her group’s work to design and test behavioral interventions that colleges can use to help students find and stay on their path to a degree.
Court proceedings catapulted Brock Allen Turner and Jack Montague, both athletes at prestigious colleges, into the national news. But the differences between their cases are as instructive as the commonalities.
The University of Central Florida had a crisis plan in place and responded quickly after the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando that left 49 people dead. But coping with the aftermath is a longer process.
In the aftermath of the shooting rampage at an Orlando nightclub, gay students are seeking safe spaces. That’s where resource centers come in.
An attack on a gay nightclub over the weekend left 49 people dead and 53 wounded. Nearby colleges offered counseling, organized blood drives, and gave students a chance to reflect.
The first-of-its-kind measure may not end hazing, but it has the potential to change campus conversations about such behavior, experts said.
An analysis by the company Burning Glass suggests modest ways that graduates can catch the eyes of employers.
The university says it did everything in its power to assure justice in the case of a former student who was convicted of sexual assault. But the furor over his sentencing could still be a catalyst for reforms.
The Universities of Arizona, Arkansas, and Iowa have all seen professors killed by current or former graduate students within the last two decades. The tragedies have left professors thinking about the importance of honesty and smart policy.
Students on the campus where two were killed on Wednesday said they hadn’t been trained in how to handle shootings. So they relied on ingenuity and, remarkably, personal experience.
The university’s decision to demote the president and fire the football coach left activists feeling as if their voices had finally been heard.
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.
Members of fraternities and sororities who participated in alcohol-education programs drank just as heavily as before, sometimes even more heavily, a study finds.
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.
Hundreds of colleges and a few states have adopted policies requiring affirmative consent. An unusual conference in Texas highlighted moral and philosophical objections to the new approach.
An online petition site is changing how some student activists operate by offering them free coaching, advice on how to "optimize" their demands, and even protest posters.