A student expelled for having a lesbian relationship and ordered to repay $6,000 in scholarship money is fighting back.
College health officials can't go a day without discussing mental health, but President Obama tried to accelerate a national discussion about it at a White House conference Monday.
Respiratory problems and birth control are the most common issues among students visiting health centers, growing database shows, but students with mental health issues require more care.
A new policy brief from the Brookings Institution calls for overhauling federal college preparation programs.
As the print journalism decline that hit professional newspapers years ago takes hold at campus publications, student staff turn to their peers for financial support, and hope they're willing to give it.
More administrators and professors are moving between nonprofit and for-profit colleges or working in both simultaneously. Trenda Boyum-Breen begins a new column on navigating the shift.
Health agency proposes that self-funded student insurance plans be considered as meeting "minimum" coverage under health care law's individual mandate.
Justice Department settlement with Lesley U. suggests that colleges may need to add specialized mealtime services for students with food allergies.
Two religiously affiliated colleges -- Augustana College and the University of the South -- decide whether to permit the blessing of same-sex unions in campus churches.
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