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Purdue brews Boiler Gold and Boiler Black to fund academic programs. Nicholls State's Colonels Retreat Lager may lead to wine and spices. And beer is a good luck charm at New Mexico State.
The number of international students hit an all-time high, but overall enrollment only grew by 0.05% and the number of first-timers declined for the third school year in a row.
Some experts warn of a looming higher ed enrollment bust, but applications are not down everywhere as colleges reach out to new groups of students.
A day in the life of a college’s chief academic officer includes more time spent on managing money than ever.
When higher ed advancement leaders hear about an independently formed group of alumni or philanthropists, the next steps matter in supporting and partnering with the giving circle.
Some 98,000 immigrant students graduate from high school each year, but the U.S. Supreme Court may be on the verge of ending the program that allows them to study and work.
University Business talks with coach Michelle Compton-Muñoz about the future of gaming at KU, which will compete in League of Legends starting in January.
The two major universities go all in on esports, elevating it to top-level status on campus; NASEF partners with Japan High School Esports Federation on international collaborative agreement.
Only 4 in 10 students have good mental health and flourish on college campuses. Meanwhile, the percentage of students with previous diagnoses or treatments for depression increased from approximately 9% in 2009 to more than 20% in 2019.
More than two-thirds of college students still prefer face-to-face learning. But many give campuses low marks for the reliability of Wi-Fi in residence halls and outdoor spaces, a new Educause report found.
The NCAA plans to allow college athlete compensation off the use of their names, images and likenesses.
Women have surpassed the number of men in colleges in the U.S. and many other parts of the world. Women are also set to become the majority in the college-educated workforce in the U.S.
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