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Florida’s university system has a new chancellor, and it is this Republican

Ray Rodrigues, whose career includes positions at Florida Gulf Coast University and in the state Senate, will lead Florida's 12 public institutions. Will he be a good fit?

Sanction or sunset 58 college programs? Texas policy group says they should be

A state analysis shows the struggles of some institutions to give students a good early return on investment in specific academic fields.

Yes, 82% of college students are fully vaccinated, but is that enough?

Mandates have helped push numbers higher, but the American College Health Association says institutions should still be encouraging doses and providing resources.

Dear Mr. President: Please cut student loan forgiveness

A joint letter from 22 U.S. governors addresses their concerns surrounding Biden's student debt cancellation plan, arguing that it places the burden of debt on the taxpayer.

Colleges lost nearly 300,000 transfers during first two years of COVID-19 pandemic

New National Clearinghouse Research report shows the difficulties colleges are having in trying to strengthen mobility.

Reports: Michigan State president facing uncertain future amid investigation

The ouster of the former dean of the Broad College of Business led to an inquiry into Samuel Stanley's oversight at the university.

U.S. News rankings: Columbia plummets, Princeton remains at top ahead of MIT

Still weighing reputation heavily, the new list includes mainstays near the top but a lot of publics in the top 40.

Sticker shock: More than 80% of recent H.S. grads didn’t look at high-priced colleges

A new Niche report shows thoughts and patterns from many incoming freshman concerned about pricing in higher education.

BU president now 4th major college leader in Boston area to announce exit this year

Robert Brown joins other esteemed leaders from MIT, Harvard and Tufts to step away during the pandemic.

Pell by the numbers: The power of expanding the federal grant program

A new brief from NASFAA reveals the stunning impact that doubling Pell could have on future students attending both public and private institutions.

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