Hawaii Pacific University is offering incoming freshmen from the Golden State a golden opportunity to have in-person classes, as well as a grant to make out-of-state tuition more affordable.
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While Congress continues to investigate American universities that host Chinese government-funded “Confucius Institutes” on their campuses, a different type of financial entanglement has gotten the notice of observers: universities that sponsor branch campuses and joint programs overseas.
Two historic statues were toppled at the University of Oregon.
U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling extending protections against employment discrimination to LGBTQ people has implications for how colleges define sex and enforce gender equality on campus.
Meeting the need for life skills lessons for young adults in the age of COVID-19, with financial management and other topics being more important than ever.
Caltech suspends requirement for two years while University of Washington commits to long-term shift in entry criteria
Some of the country’s most prestigious universities may return to in-person exams following newspaper report
Cornell, Dartmouth,Columbia, and UPenn suspended their standardized testing requirements for students applying in the 2020-21 school year.
A federal judge in Washington State has blocked the Education Department's rule limiting which college students are eligible for emergency grants but left in place a ban on undocumented students getting the aid.
As record numbers of Americans lose their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic, Kathleen Perlmutter has been desperately trying to turn out enough graduates to fill a critical shortage of workers.