The University of Minnesota Morris is excited to share with potential students that they could potentially save $20,000 on tuition costs for a bachelor’s degree, which may appease a public and federal government pushing for a more affordable higher education. The fix? It’s scraping an entire year off a student’s academic calendar with its Degree in Three programs. Read more
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A new report found that many recent graduates don’t land jobs that require a degree. Read more
On Feb. 13, the Kentucky Senate passed legislation designed to reduce Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) at public colleges and universities. Read more
The University of Florida employs one administrator for every four undergrad students, according to an analysis by The College Fix. Read more
Rebecca Abrams and Alice Jolly claimed they were denied important workplace rights for 15 years Read more
A new analysis found that more than 1,000 colleges failed to meet a “generous” threshold for postgraduate earnings, raising concern about the return on investment for some students. Read more
The spring semester was a time of great adjustment for colleges and universities in Texas as state schools were forced to disband any office related to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), thanks to a bill signed by Gov. Greg Abbott back in June. While the GOP-led movement to disband DEI offices has caught fire across the country, school donations in 2023 suggest a rift between lawmakers’ wishes and the community’s. Read more
The post was originally made by the Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee and the African and African American Resistance Organization, but was also shared by Harvard Faculty & Staff for Justice. Read more
Jim Pillen breaks with 14 other Republican governors to enroll in Summer EBT, a new food program for school vacation months Read more
Numerous colleges announced or completed plans to cut academic programs or jobs in February. Many of those institutions are in the Midwest—particularly Ohio. Read more