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Some of higher education's most respected leaders are exiting their positions later this month.
Alumni of Theta Delta Chi say the penalty is unprecedented and that the university failed to allow the fraternity due process during its investigation.
A new study from Heterodox Academy shows many are afraid to speak out on topics such as politics and religion.
Students, including many veterans who attended the for-profit institutions, will have debts dismissed. Will others get relief?
St. Joseph’s University has taken over the University of the Sciences, completing a historic, multi-billion-dollar fusion of institutions.
Institutions large and small are hoping to learn from others at AAC&U sessions how they can help fight systemic racism.
To rank the research universities that are excelling at creating new knowledge, a new analysis is measuring tech transfer—or the impact of the innovations that campuses share with the world and private industry.
Staffing shortages are reaching crisis levels in financial aid offices, leaving administrators concerned about serving students adequately and remaining in compliance.
Canisius College faces a federal lawsuit over past claims that a well-known biology professor was alleged to have sexually harassed female students, The Buffalo News reports.
Declining enrollment is declining across all higher ed sectors is evidence of growing doubts among students and families about the purpose of higher education
The vote by trustees to immediately dismiss a popular Classics professor angered conservatives.
Washington State University study shows how peers may be influencing use, plus a key resource to fight abuse.
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