A new report from The Chronicle explores the future of enrollment and where colleges will find their next students. Hereâs an excerpt.
The U.S. secretary of education under President Obama will lead the Education Trust, and a former University of Virginia dean will be the next president of Sweet Briar College. Â
What does the future hold for enrollment and admissions? Gain insights into the latest demographics, student migration patterns, and the changing admissions field to prepare your institution for the decade ahead.
Facing an increased demand for information on a topic relatively few have studied, one professor wants to establish a new center. But funding challenges loom.
New bills try to put new pressure on the colleges to uphold the First Amendment. In two states, legislators want to require such institutions to punish students who attempt to shout down speakers.
The Indiana collegeâs leaders said suspending operations would preserve what resources remain, allowing them to work on "a future, re-engineered Saint Josephâs College."
Ana Mari Cauce, president of the University of Washington, faced criticism after declining to block Milo Yiannopoulos from her campus. She talks to The Chronicle about free speech, tolerance, and student safety.
A panel of appellate judges affirmed that states have legal standing to challenge the executive order, specifically because of its impact on students and researchers at their public universities.
Despite the unanimous ruling, many observers have predicted that the case will eventually end up before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The University of California denied the allegations of sexual discrimination, and is considering an appeal of the verdict.
Crystal Riggins made critical remarks about the university's process in an interview with The New York Times.
The university condemned the message on the card, saying it was "unacceptable and is not consistent with our values and standards."
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The messages appeared to come from a computer-security and privacy expert who had advocated recounts in several states following the election of President Trump.
The conference's governing board voted unanimously to not give the university 25 percent of its revenue distributions, pending an outside review of athletics procedures and governance.
Some experts wonder how much lawmakers will be able to get done on higher education, given their competing priorities and the bitterness over the new secretaryâs selection.
The Obama administrationâs influential "Dear Colleague" letter on sexual assault reflected a desire to make assault-prevention a national issue. Hereâs how that document was born.
How a polarizing election, a free-speech fight, and a real-life internet troll made the U. of Washington turn on itself.
After a contentious confirmation process, Betsy DeVos finally received Senate approval to serve as education secretary in the Trump administration.