Mental health

Yale students sue the university for ‘systemic discrimination’

The 41-page lawsuit alleges that the school pressured current and former students to withdraw while turning a blind eye to their mental health disabilities.

Goldrick-Rab resigns as Hope Center leader, tenured professor at Temple

She says the decision to step down wasn't 'taken lightly' but that 'Temple is not the right home for me and my work advancing affordability.'

Monkeypox and COVID-19 are not concerns for college students, but these 4 issues are

As campuses open, stressors remain from the pandemic, but two hint at cost and affordability of higher ed.

College confidence: Why 40% of students are thinking about withdrawing

A new report reveals the two biggest factors driving indecision and uncertainty among families.

Why college leaders must watch out for these 5 obstacles this fall

Despite long-range positivity, there remain concerns in areas around student affairs, including retention of faculty and staff.

Dangerous game: 92% of colleges fail to deliver mental health support for athletes

New study from NAIA and Mantra Health shows a lack of trainers and psychologists for those battling depression.

New Big Ten presidents: One soars at Michigan, while another faces early trouble at Penn State

U-M names Santa Ono of the University of British Columbia as its next leader; Penn State's Bendapudi faces allegations from former colleague at Louisville.

Final HEERF grants will go to helping 244 HBCUs, MSIs and community colleges

Uncertainty remains around further assistance for colleges and universities after pandemic relief ends.

Why a phased approach to masking is working for one big university

The thoughtful approach to mitigation, even as numbers wane, has kept the University of Kentucky ahead of COVID.

Fentanyl: Why the potent drug poses a big threat to students, colleges

The rates of overdoses in the United States continue to rise exponentially among young adults.

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