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It is the second time in a year that the university has parted with one of its Greek Life organizations.
Women who attend 20 institutions make at least $30,000 less than men after 10 years of graduating.
Changing the dynamics on rankings, AcademicInfluence uses a new algorithm to measure institutional support.
Several institutions also reveal how well they've done in meeting diversity targets in admissions pools.
An updated and streamlined display for students and employees, like Princeton's, can help when pivots need to occur.
It’s dean of admission can’t explain the ‘why’ in the university’s decision, but it is based on the math.
Costly but necessary, institutions know that to remain competitive and secure, they must invest in newer systems.
The Administration also wants to give more help to HBCUs and MSIs, as well as improve career pathways.
A first-of-its-kind network of 22 historically and predominantly Black community colleges has banded together to develop new initiatives to improve their students' career and economic prospects.
Case counts are rising in several states, but most institutions are keeping numbers down. Will student return change that?
Small private Bryant University in Rhode Island is on the map after its tournament appearance, but it has been a standout for students seeking careers.
A new interim chancellor, an update on standardized tests and a check on every university in its system are some of the moves being made to improve its image.
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