Colleges and universities face growing pressure to offer students single rooms.
In the coming weeks, St. Gregory’s University (SGU) students will be scrambling to get back on track after receiving news Wednesday that the school is suspending operations after the fall semester ends.
Education Department officials opened formal negotiations on Monday to rewrite federal rules meant to protect students from fraud by colleges and universities.
A proposal that advocates hope will use online courses to help the job prospects of about 2 million working class Californians got its first hearing in Sacramento on Monday.
After the bell rings at Lanier High School in Buford, Georgia, Michael Reilly asks to see his students’ faces, because most are hidden behind computer screens.
Framingham State University will open a free food pantry after a survey showed that some students struggle to afford food, are skipping meals or suffering in class because of hunger.
Beginning in January, students at Cal State Fullerton have another choice when they select their college courses: to pick classes that offer free digital materials or low-cost print versions.
The long-time federal Perkins Loan Program for college and university students expired at the end of September after a two-year extension in 2015.
Florida State becomes at least the third university this year to suspend Greek life because of alcohol-related tragedies.
Anxiety was high Wednesday among about 70 full- and part-time faculty members at Westminster Choir College after they received emails Tuesday containing layoff notices from Rider University, which operates the 23-acre music campus in Princeton.