To attack STEM shortage, CUNY chancellor proposes accepting promising freshmen into Ph.D. programs in science and math.
Southern association moves to revoke small North Carolina college's approval and places four others on probation.
New analysis suggests that a significant subset of them are quite similar to full-time students.
New report chronicles the barriers experienced by an oft-ignored group and offers some solutions.
Tuition disputes, budget shortfall and continued growth combine to create a mess for higher ed.
California attorney general heralds Corinthian Colleges' $6.5 million settlement over company's practices, but consumer advocates criticize it.
Thanks to improved outreach efforts, engineering and technology universities are seeing a boost in female enrollments nearly across the board.
Among the main themes to emerge from meetings of the Education Secretary's Commission on the Future of Higher Education: whether students -- and not just the so-called "traditional" ones -- are making sufficient progress toward a degree.
Federal report shows number of postsecondary institutions and number of degrees they award continuing to expand.
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