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Survey Forecasts More Heat for College Campuses

by Lydia Lum | February 11, 2016 Findings from a new report suggest that participation in demonstrations may intensify in the co Read more

Scholar Fits Paul Quinn College to a T

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 3, 2016
With a mother as a university professor and former dean of the College of Education at the Univ [...] Read more
Georgia Court: Immigrants Can’t Sue State Agency on Tuition

Georgia Court: Immigrants Can’t Sue State Agency on Tuition

by Kate Brumback, Associated Press | February 1, 2016
ATLANTA ― Georgia’s highest court on Monday ruled against a group of young people who were [...] Read more

8 Universities Unite to Guide More Latinos to Professoriate

by Jamal Eric Watson | January 31, 2016
Five majority research institutions and three Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs) are teaming [...] Read more

Report: More HSIs Overall, but Growth Remains Concentrated

by Diverse Staff | January 28, 2016
The number of colleges and universities identified as Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) rose [...] Read more

UCLA Exemplifies Ability to Forge Ahead in Fisher Era

by Katti Gray | January 20, 2016
The Supreme Court’s re-visit of Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin reignites the debate [...] Read more
State Colleges Consider Discount for Some Mexican Students

State Colleges Consider Discount for Some Mexican Students

by Associated Press | January 18, 2016
SANTA FE, N.M. ― New Mexico lawmakers are weighing whether to offer lower tuition at state co [...] Read more

Study Refutes Narrative of Mexican Immigrants Taking Jobs from Americans

by Lydia Lum | January 7, 2016
Low-skilled Mexican-born workers did not strain the resources of major U.S. cities during the e [...] Read more
Former Spanish Lecturer Sues Amherst College Over Dismissal

Former Spanish Lecturer Sues Amherst College Over Dismissal

by Associated Press | December 29, 2015
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. ― A former Spanish language lecturer at Amherst College alleges in a lawsu [...] Read more

Higher Ed Organizations Collaborate on Common Goals

by Kenneth J. Cooper | December 27, 2015
Major mainstream higher education associations gather to discuss future goals and partnerships. [...] Read more
Students Work Toward Missouri School’s First Latina Sorority

Students Work Toward Missouri School’s First Latina Sorority

by Associated Press | December 22, 2015
COLUMBIA, Mo. ― University of Missouri students are working to establish the school’s f [...] Read more

Community Colleges Becoming Prime Destination for Faculty

by Jamal Eric Watson | December 16, 2015
Long in the shadow of four-year institutions, community colleges are increasingly becoming viab [...] Read more

Oakland, Detroit, D.C. Rated Tops for Commitment to Black Male Achievement

by Lydia Lum | December 10, 2015
A CBMA scorecard rates cities based on efforts to advance Black males and reduce disparities in [...] Read more

Raising Consciousness for the Future of Higher Education

by Marietess Masulit | December 9, 2015
It is very possible to complete a program in higher education without engaging in a conversatio [...] Read more

Scalia’s ‘Mismatch Theory’ a Foe to Diversity, Inclusion

by Autumn A. Arnett |
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia made waves with his remarks about the abilities of African [...] Read more
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