For three years, Illinois has delayed payments to public colleges, presenting a different sort of budgeting problem for administrators.
Contraception provisions in the federal health care law are at the center of a dispute between religious colleges and the Obama administration.
City Colleges of Chicago have a 7 percent graduation rate. If that number doesn't go up, the system's chancellor, presidents and trustees could lose their jobs.
The president of a private liberal arts university takes the helm at a community college. It's a rare career move, but the two institutions -- and the two jobs -- have a lot in common.
It's been a wild year for the NCAA. At this week's national convention, Division I will be forced to modify or eliminate some of its reform initiatives, while Divisions II and III will look to ease recruiting regulations.
From The Atlantic to sports radio, talk of a "crisis" in big-time college athletics is rampant. If you pay attention to history, the likelihood of transformative change is tiny. Unless ...
The recession opened the door for the University System of Georgia's proposal to consolidate eight campuses. It still won't be easy.
The Association of American Law Schools gathers in Washington today, but with few mentions of the crisis in legal education on the agenda.
University of Virginia's $3 billion fund-raising campaign falls short at deadline, a victim of the economy and overly optimistic ambition.
Most people know hazing happens outside fraternities and sororities. But a tragedy at Florida A&M makes it harder to ignore.
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