Plan targets large endowments of private colleges and eliminates many deductions benefiting student loan borrowers and graduate students.
Students outside the U.S. doubt reliability of instruction in English that is not from native speakers, study finds.
Legal education observers say accreditation issues at Florida Coastal School of Law -- whose graduates have struggled to pay off loans -- should lead to tougher look at its parent company, InfiLaw.
Ohio State isn’t the first college where students are accused of cheating via GroupMe. But could the messaging application trap innocent students because of others’ misdeeds?
Recent closures make it more likely a trend of private college consolidation has started. Institutions feeling particular pressure are small colleges, those in the Midwest and Roman Catholic institutions located away from Catholic population centers.
Knox College pulls the plug on a planned production of Bertolt Brecht’s The Good Person of Szechwan over concerns about race.
Professor’s essay about being harassed and raped by her late adviser sparks calls for public acknowledgment of the reasons for his past suspension from Stanford and the renaming of a disciplinary society mentorship award that bore his name.
A nonpartisan watchdog group is questioning whether City Colleges of Chicago is misleading the public with proclamations of dramatic graduation rate increases.
Hundreds of colleges are signing on to publishers’ programs, with apparent savings to students. Some applaud the movement, while others are skeptical.
Trump administration will ask negotiators of borrower-defense rule to reconsider institutions’ liability for claims of misrepresentation -- a request that has some worried DeVos plans to let bad programs off the hook.