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Prospective and current students, as well as alumni, need guidance from their institutions in being responsible about taking out student loans and then paying them back.
Film covers Wheaton College (Ill.) professor’s suspension for making a statement that officials determined conflicted with the institution’s statement of faith.
With many college students, even high-achieving ones, feeling overwhelmed, faculty can play a role in encouraging students to take care of themselves. Here’s how.
Despite decades in higher education, Troy University Chancellor Jack Hawkins says nothing has had a greater influence on him than his service in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War.
A look at fees, acceptance rates and enrollment at model honors programs
Five students in the honors college at Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina don’t have a single textbook in their classes.
Campus leaders are distinguishing honors colleges from their four-year programs by building honors campuses and blending advanced courses into general education.
A day in the life of a college’s chief academic officer includes more time spent on managing money than ever.
Colleges expand programs for former service members who have a hard time transitioning from the mission-oriented military to a more open, less rigid world of campus choices.
Susan Edwards was to have served on an interim basis, but the board of trustees appointed her to lead the Ohio school.
College classrooms can alienate veterans used to mission-oriented military life. It’s not because they don’t have the academic skills, but they don’t always feel welcome.
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