Wright State University’s enrollment is expected to hit its lowest point in more than a decade this coming academic year.
The university has yet to identify a suspect behind several rounds of racist propaganda.
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Middlebury College was careful to listen to students before hosting a controversial speaker, having meetings and soliciting input. But the event with Charles A. Murray still ended in an ugly fashion.
Students and scholars affected by the presidentâs new executive order say they feel as if they already face heightened screening in order to come to the United States. Hereâs why.
An Education Department official said that the action was being taken to allow the agency to âfurther reviewâ the regulation and how it was being carried out.
Colleges have seen more than 100 incidents of white-supremacist propaganda since September, says a report from the Anti-Defamation League.
An assistant professor of English used Twitter to collect the baldest examples of biz-world lingo in higher education. Here are some of the best.
The process has brought added tensions to the financially troubled, historically black university.
At the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, it involves hard numbers and a human touch.
Their ASAP program is considered one of the nationâs most successful examples of intensive support, much of it nonacademic, for underprepared students.
Itâs the help students get outside the classroom that often gets them through a course.
A former congresswoman from South Dakota will lead Augustana University, and Central Michigan Universityâs athletics director will be vice president for athletics at the University of Arizona. Â
Learning communities and other approaches can make the crucial difference.
âWe failed to live up to our core values,â the collegeâs president said of the chaos that erupted during and after a lecture by Charles Murray, the polarizing political scientist best known for The Bell Curve.
A report by a faculty committee faults the university over its handling of a scholarly journal that published a controversial article and of a professor accused of wrongdoing for an essay criticizing sexual-misconduct policies.
How a handful of small colleges ended up getting the Jeopardy! treatment.
Ricardo Romo resigned immediately and said he was sorry "for any conduct that offended anyone.â
The Obama administration's heightened regulation of for-profit colleges was not kind to the once-sprawling for-profit educator known as EDMC.