Critics focus on implementation of loan counseling for those with adverse credit ratings and decry changes not going into effect until July 2015.
Remedial education has been such a major contributor to lowering student retention at two-year schools that it has been characterized as a “bridge to nowhere.”
The fact is that American colleges and universities are doing a miserable job at recruiting students that they would welcome and who would add tremendous value to the campus community.
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Student celebrations associated with Pumpkin Fest, which was originally founded as a family celebration, devolved into an hours-long riot between students and police on Saturday afternoon.
More than 3,100 students—nearly half of them athletes—enrolled in classes they didn’t have to show up for and received artificially inflated grades in what an investigator called a “shadow curriculum” that lasted nearly two decades at the University of North Carolina.
Xavier University Receives $19.5M NIH Award
HBCUs Taking Concrete Steps to Support LGBTQA Students Joseph Francisco Developed Love for Science in Nurturing Environments Expert Sees AAPI Churches, Elders as Keys to LGBT Inclusion in Higher Ed Experts: More Focus Needed on Guiding Native Americans to Doctoral Programs Federal Appeals Court Won’t Reinstate Discrimination Suit Against Savannah State Keene State Professors Concerned Student Riots Becoming Accepted as the Norm Austrian Conference Explores Global Diversity Issues Wesleyan University Orders Fraternities to Become Coed
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