Deleted posts, suspensions and investigations are part of a larger trend of control that predated the pandemic, experts say
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Repeated requests by The College Fix to University of California system officials asking how much money it has earmarked to give to undocumented students to help with COVID-related expenses have been rebuffed.
As colleges work to balance budgets amid growing economic uncertainty, the wealthiest are faced with a recurring question: Should they tap more heavily into their endowments or leave them alone?
Harvard has joined the list of universities facing legal charges for refusal to refund tuition.
In the United States, the barrage of advertising from colleges and universities is unrelenting. Colleges seem to advertise nearly everywhere—on TV, on the internet, and even on subway trains.
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State institutions that survive crisis will face student influx and must prioritise ‘communities they were designed to serve’, experts say
What’s the right college for a student who was home-schooled or attended a K-12 charter school steeped in the liberal arts tradition? The co-founder of an emerging college in Utah says he has an answer for that.
Tuition discount rates have been rising for years, but for a majority of colleges, enrollment rates are flat or declining. If this trend continues, more and more private colleges could be forced to close, experts say.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a decision in which U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken said last year that NCAA restrictions on education-related benefits violated federal antitrust law by reducing competition in college sports.