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The small liberal-arts college, which enrolls 2,500 students at two campuses on New York's Long Island, is reportedly $54 million in debt.
Nancy Zimpher has faced an uphill battle against budget cuts in New York's sprawling state-university system.
According to a statement from the university's Board of Trustees, the board and Scott Scarborough "mutually agreed" on his departure.
The health-care industry is turning inside out, forcing some elite institutions to consider whether their once-lucrative medical centers are becoming liabilities.
In a fresh example of the growth of open educational resources, the press will work with faculty members who want to create and post online their own materials.
Some start-ups may well burn out, but at least two areas are still growing: career services and learning analytics.
Mike Cross describes what motivated him, what secrets he learned, and how hard many community-college students have it.
The resignation came days after the university announced sweeping changes in response to a scathing critique of its handling of sexual-assault allegations.
The colleges, along with others, faced antitrust pressure from the Justice Department, which saw the practice as unfair to students
Sales playbooks and other materials from Mr. Trump's defunct online real-estate program must be released by Thursday, the judge said.
The University of North Carolina's president says she will not set "guidelines or regulations that require transgender students to use the restrooms consistent with their biological sex."
The U.S. Department of Education fired the law firm that had previously overseen the Zenith Education Group's management of the campuses, after an investigation revealed conflicts of interest.
The university accepted responsibility for the NCAA's accusation and said it would fire four coaches.
A woman expelled for sexually assaulting a male who lived on her floor maintains she was falsely accused.
Student protesters at Seattle University want fewer "dead white dudes" in their curriculum. Is that possible?
The universityâs leaders face a steep challenge in enacting the reforms that they promised after Baylorâs response to sexual violence, especially involving its football team, was found to be riddled with problems.
The universityâs decision to demote the president and fire the football coach left activists feeling as if their voices had finally been heard.
The private military college in Vermont said it would allow a female student to wear a Muslim headscarf and Jewish students to wear yarmulkes with their uniforms.
Virtually everything that could be wrong with a university's and an athletic department's treatment of sexual assault was wrong at Baylor.
The announcements came amid intense criticism over how the university has handled reported rapes involving football players.