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Six companies will need to reach higher standards for customer service and provide better assistance to those who owe.
Institutions are huge targets for hackers because of their openness and because of what they possess.
Rallies continue at university student center over what they say are safety concerns in buildings.
Grants will provide opportunity for Black students to achieve more equitable outcomes across higher education.
From mandates to clinics to outreach, strategies vary as institutions try to stave off a potential ‘twindemic’.
Hamilton College Wellness Center director discusses holistic approach to care, boosting resources through hybrid model.
With integration of several institutions on the way, numbers continue to decline.
The University of North Carolina faces another crisis moment, offers breaks and resources to community.
She will become the university’s first woman in that position, taking over for Morton Schapiro in summer of 2022.
Four new divisions, including an investigations group, will perform oversight of colleges and universities to ensure compliance.
Wilson, Abdelaziz convicted of using influence, money illegally to get their children into elite universities.
On average they do, but race, gender and fields of study might determine future wealth for some individuals.
Mary Papazian will vacate the position in December, a stunning departure at one of nation’s most transformative universities.
Governor Newsom approves several bills aimed at boosting affordability and transfer options at public institutions.
The co-chair of the ACHA’s pandemic task force says it is best to exercise caution and strongly promoting vaccinations as winter approaches.
The U.S. Department of Education is improving the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program and giving credit due to borrowers.
Embattled Mark Schlissel is slated to serve out the next two years as controversy swirls around his tenure.
The St. Louis university’s chancellor says ‘admitting the best students from all socio-economic backgrounds is obviously the first step.’
Targeting those who were involved in clubs and athletics over all past students is a smart strategy, researchers say.
In a recently letter to state newspaper, he backs what he said in emails earlier this year: the environment is ‘hostile.’
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