The tool, which has helped millions of students fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is valuable, but "we cannot risk the safety of taxpayer data," said the IRS's commissioner.
A new report accuses colleges of creating âideological litmus testsâ for faculty hiring and promotion by asking candidates for statements on their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The actions are among a sweeping set of measures designed to crack down on what officials described as âgrowing evidence of problemsâ related to hazing, alcohol abuse, and drug use in Greek life.
After Graham Spanierâs conviction last week, a Penn State trustee said he was "running out of sympathy" for Jerry Sanduskyâs abuse victims. Those remarks and a furious statement by Louis Freeh suggest anything but calm.
Lisa DeBoer, a professor at Westmont College, explains the significance of a statement whose signatories promise to recognize "vulnerable populations among us" and "ways we benefit from and participate in structural injustices."
The publications of the 90-year-old press, which got an annual subsidy of $200,000, include a highly regarded journal of Milton studies.
The president has spoken out about putting Americans back to work, but college leaders fear that his budget plan would sharply undermine that goal.
Facing budget deficits at its medical school, the university wants to dismiss faculty members who it says are "grossly underperforming."
The University of Pennsylvania Graduate of School of Education's interactive map highlights programs "designed to increase college attainment."
Rollins College suspended 20-year-old Marshall Polston after his religious-studies professor filed a âprotection against stalkingâ request.
Students were asked to write a paper that considered the attacks of September 11, 2001, from the perspective of a terrorist group.
The vote, which follows the boardâs decision not to renew the contract of the college's president, is at least the second to occur at a historically black institution this month.
The association cites an adjunct's firing as evidence of broader problems in the treatment of part-time instructors.
Judy L. Genshaft, president of the University of South Florida, is among the still-small group of women who lead research universities. Her advice to others? Get the right credential, and be prepared for the demands and sacrifices of the job.
The top job is changing rapidly, and a number of long-tenured leaders are retiring. That has put their offices in a state of flux.
Steep cuts in research funding and the elimination of some programs would hurt higher education, a report says.
As University of North Carolina officials try to make a building renaming into a teaching moment, some students describe a lingering discontent over the campus climate.
Some professors at the historically black university complain of racial disparities in promotion and tenure, but the incoming president vows to strive for reconciliation.
At a national gathering of people who hammer out academic labor contracts, both sides saw value in having colleges collaborate in dealing with contingent faculty unions.
Students and faculty are still divided over whether the controversial political scientist should have been given a platform on their campus. They view the dialogue that has emerged as important work.