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These colleges are making new campuses with old parts—and growing along the way

Colleges and universities nationwide are purchasing shacked up buildings and transforming them to increase their academic offerings, student perks and enrollment prospects.

These 6 schools are under investigation for hate on campus

The Department of Education has opened investigations at six colleges and universities for alleged Title VI shared ancestry violations since the outbreak of the war in Palestine and Israel.

The hybrid campus: Why colleges still need a physical presence in a virtual world

Aligned with emerging student preferences. the college campuses of the future will be optimized for a modern learning experience that gives students exactly what they need—and where they need it.

How policymakers are confronting antisemitism amid growing verbal and physical attacks on campuses

Antisemitic incidents in the U.S. have increased 388% since Oct. 7, compared to the same time last year, according to the Anti-Defamation League. Much of this activity has occurred at some of the nation's most well-regarded institutions.

5 insights for college leaders who want to improve civil discourse on campus

As sparks begin to fly on the campaign trail, they're bound to drive a new round of heated exchanges on our campuses. The lessons Gen Z learns from it will have lasting effects on our society.

New college presidents: Take some advice from this six-year veteran

While the role of college president has sometimes been referred to as “an impossible job” in the headlines, it certainly doesn’t have to be. Here are a few specific helpful tips gained from my own experience.

Johnson & Wales University has offset 100% of campus electricity usage. How can you?

By undertaking these programs now, campus communities will reap the benefits for generations to come – saving energy and reducing waste, instilling in students’ lifelong habits of sustainable practices, and even saving money along the way.

How Vermont is winning the fight against falling enrollment

Dedicated to embracing an evolving higher education landscape that's cost-effective, career-minded and digitally native, Vermont has begun to revitalize its once-flailling student body. Two big initiatives pushing this change are recent school mergers and a powerful free community college pipeline.

How your school can maintain a healthy environment for open dialogue

Free exchange of ideas on campus exposes its community to new ways of thinking and creates a more informed citizen, but too much of it can do the opposite. Here are ways to remedy those conflicts.

Thanks to her “unshakable confidence,” Columbia University names its first female president

Leading economist and current President of the London School of Economics and Political Science Minouche Shafik will take office on July 1.

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