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Troubled For-profit Law School in North Carolina Closing

by Associated Press | August 16, 2017
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The alumni association president of a troubled, for-profit law school in No [...] Read more

Finances a Troublesome Subject at Many HBCUs

by Reginald Stuart | August 14, 2017
When college leaders across the nation begin rolling out their welcome mats for the coming scho [...] Read more

Rivier University Continues Job Guarantee Program for Second Year

NASHUA, N.H. — New Hampshire’s Rivier University is continuing with its promise to graduate [...] Read more

Private Colleges Say Collaboration Would Drive Down Tuition

by Catherine Morris | August 3, 2017
The National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU) has proposed that Con [...] Read more

University of Nebraska System Announces $25M in Cuts

by Associated Press |
LINCOLN, Neb. — The University of Nebraska system president has announced new structures and [...] Read more

Leaders Turning to Data, Cultural Strategies to Boost Tribal Students’ Success

by | August 2, 2017
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) and the American Indian College Fund ho [...] Read more

Senators Push for Expanded Childcare Support for Low-income Students

by Catherine Morris | August 1, 2017
Legislation reintroduced in the Senate on Tuesday, the Child Care Access Means Parents in Schoo [...] Read more

Tennessee Community College Cuts 28 Employees

by Associated Press |
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — A Tennessee community college has laid off 28 employees – one of m [...] Read more

Recipients Attest to Impact of Cooke Foundation Scholarships on Journeys

by Catherine Morris | July 31, 2017
Since its origins in 2000, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has offered a range of grants and sch [...] Read more

Indiana University Spent $1.65M on Spring Commencements

by Associated Press | July 30, 2017
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — According to figures provided by Indiana University, the university spent [...] Read more

Music Therapy Proving to be Sound Choice for Howard Student

by Tiffany Pennamon and Ya-Marie Sesay | July 27, 2017
Maya Rogers, a graduate student focusing on music therapy at Howard University, has been named [...] Read more

Grant Program for Students’ Childcare Imperiled

by Catherine Morris |
CCAMPIS, a grant program aimed at helping low-income parents in college pay for childcare, was [...] Read more

3 Rowan University Diversity Programs Awarded NSF Grants

by Monica Levitan | July 26, 2017
Three programs at Rowan University with goals to promote diversity and equality for underrepres [...] Read more

Bureaucratic Costs Are Twice Instruction Expenses at Some Colleges

by Jon Marcus |
New report urges boards of trustees to constrain continuing administrative bloat. [...] Read more

University of Alaska Fairbanks to Eliminate Economics Degree

by Associated Press |
FAIRBANKS, Alaska — The University of Alaska Fairbanks is discontinuing its economics degree [...] Read more