Over 13,000 Colorado residents have earned more than 70 college credits at four-year state universities in the past five years but stopped short of a degree, according to the Colorado Department of Higher Education. Read more
A new survey finds that virtual recruiting can attract more Black, Latinx, Asian, and multiracial students Read more
Despite opposition from student groups, University of California regents on Thursday approved a multiyear plan to raise tuition and fees at one of the nation’s premier public university systems. Read more
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It’s not unusual for senators to hold up the confirmation of presidential nominees -- but it is unusual when the holdup comes from a member of the president’s own party. Read more
The University of California, Davis suspended its entire baseball program and placed the coaching staff on administrative leave due to allegations of misconduct, according to officials.
A nationwide survey of students reveals what they want in library design and what they use it for most.
'Students will receive a transformational education, for which others have paid'
21 states have legalized marijuana, which is harder to detect than alcohol
The state's Fair Admissions Act aims to break down barriers that have prevented students from pursuing a degree.