"Heightened cash monitoring" requires institutions to pay federal loans and grants out to students before being reimbursed by the Education Department.
If Daniel W. Jones gets his job back as the University of Mississippi's chancellor, he and the board could be in a difficult position.
The median base salaries of professional staff members on college campuses rose by 2.2 percent.
Rosanne Somerson, who leads the Rhode Island School of Design, is also the creator of a line of furniture for the dorms.
As colleges prepare to cover players’ full cost of attendance, some wealthy institutions are hampered by what they can spend.
W. Marichal Gentry, the new dean, is associate vice president for student life at Yale University.
Among the latest books are guides to handling the job of being a provost or a department chair.
Want someone in the top job who can handle a crisis and focus on public relations? Look no further.
Summoned to a meeting in Washington, D.C., the college’s board members looked at the numbers. And they realized there wasn’t a choice.
Managing such vast enterprises can present hidden challenges. The controversial ouster of popular chancellor at the University of Mississippi highlights some of them.
A recent controversy about posts on Yik Yak at a student-affairs conference raises questions about who on campus is using the anonymous app, and for what.
Campus safety. Sexual assault. Race relations. The university can’t seem to avoid any issue roiling higher education.
The program offers loan forgiveness to prospective teachers who meet certain criteria after graduation. For more than a third of grantees so far, says a new report, that hasn’t worked out.
The association’s National Awards for Education Reporting recognized several major projects published in 2014, including one that won first prize in investigative reporting.
Fraternity houses often feel like no-accountability zones for many reasons. But most of them come back to simple matters of cost and liability.
A disconnect between repayment, completion, and default exposes a significant flaw in the government’s key metric for colleges' financial accountability.
Mary C. Willingham spoke with The Chronicle about how Chapel Hill's academic scandal highlighted larger problems in big-time college sports.
A theater professor fired by Pomona College accuses it of denying her access to students’ reviews of her teaching to hide its own discrimination.