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Immigrant students share what college means to them, and their fears as they wait for Donald J. Trump and his administration to take office.Â Â
Eli Capilouto, Kentuckyâs president, stopped byÂ The Chronicle's offices this week to talk about the case and the universityâs broader efforts to create an environment where victims feel they can safely and confidentially report those crimes.
A proposed union at the university, which would be the first of its kind at a private institution, is caught up in a familiar debate over whether such employees should be considered students or workers.
The department said it was requiring the buyers to post a letter of credit amounting to nearly $386 million.
The $1-billion organization said it would shed its loan-guarantee affiliates, allowing it to pursue its new mission of ensuring that college leads to meaningful results for students.
The university did not investigate and monitor its former director of basketball operations, who provided "impermissible academic benefits" to 10 players on the men's team.
While Richard B. Spencer goaded a sometimes raucous audience in the student center, hundreds gathered at a unity event across the street to oppose his racist rhetoric.
Professors tracking the fringe factionâs rise have gotten a lot more attention since Donald J. Trump won the presidency.
Peter Navarro, an economist in UC-Irvineâs business school, has positions on trade that few in his field share. But the president-elect is listening.
He navigated the system through an enrollment boom, savage state budget cuts, and a rocky relationship with the faculty union, but always put a priority on access.
Both universities were penalized for a year by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools' Commission on Colleges.
The department found that Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business had committed fraud involving Title IV funding.
The bill, signed by Gov. Chris Christie on Monday, follows an investigation that found the state's student-loan program to have "extraordinarily stringent" rules.
Traditionally, the university has invited the president to give the commencement speech during his first year in office.
New projections of high-school graduates foresee a period of continued stagnation that threatens enrollments. In Pennsylvania, colleges are trying an array of strategies in response to those changes.
The president-elect has focused mostly on brick-and-mortar projects like roads and bridges. Academics hope his administration will also dedicate new federal money to a better internet.
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The president-elect has called for rolling back many of the college-related regulations enacted under President Obama. State lawmakers may feel compelled to follow or reject the new administrationâs lead.
Those traveling overseas are being advised to return before the president-elect takes office. If they donât, they could be blocked from re-entering the United States.
The white supremacist Richard Spencer sees college campuses as an important recruiting ground and hopes to visit "all the major ones."