Social-emotional learning can advance equity and civic-mindedness on college and university campuses while helping individuals feel respected, valued and affirmed. Read more>>
The college orientation season is fully underway, with some schools offering special attention to mental health, first-gen and minority students, and even parents. Read more>>
Paul Steber, 19, had two guns and ammunition in his High Point University dorm room, according to authorities. Read more>>
Inaugural scholarship program aims to help students financially, socially, mentally. Read more>>
In September 2006, federal officials detected an outbreak of E. coli that was causing food poisoning in scores of people across the country. Read more>>
A severe shortage of skills trade workers in the region. Owens Community College is taking the steps to expand and advance opportunities in the industry.
The student said he forgot that he had the rifle and ammunition in the vehicle. Having a gun on campus is against the law.
A high-profile lawsuit against Harvard is forcing students and their families to choose sides. Read more>>
Expenses have been rising for college students across the board — costs for tuition, fees, campus housing, even dining are growing faster than inflation. Read more>>
The number of college students taking classes in sign language has increased an astounding 6,500 percent in the past 30 years. Read more>>
Flywire and Vietnam Prosperity Bank announced a new partnership that will simplify international tuition payments for Vietnamese students. Read more>>
French announced that he is resigning from Miles to become the president of Clark Atlanta University. Read more>>
Stacy Klippenstein had a plan. He would go into teaching high school after graduating from Eastern Montana College. Read more>>