Lawsuit against U. of Texas raises novel question: If a university has diversity success with a "percent plan," does that preclude doing more?
New study asks whether it is appropriate for colleges to see gaps of 20 percentage points and more in the statistics on their white and black students.
North Carolina attorney general's office says that without a state law saying that undocumented students can attend community college, it's safer not to let them in at all.
New analysis shows significant gaps in percentages of enrollments at 2-year institutions, as well as in growth rates and tuition policies.
Women's group issues report arguing that class and race are more powerful than gender in trends facing boys, but others question the analysis.
Could programs that have been seen as ways to help most talented students also be a way to help those who might otherwise skip college?
Low graduation rates. High transfer rates. Students who never graduate. Gaps -- sometimes embarrassingly large -- between minority and white students’ retention rates. Are retention problems just too difficult to solve?
Furor at West Virginia U. over inappropriately awarded degree, and possibility of such a situation at VCU, may point to what happens if registrars don’t have clout.
One university's unconventional approach to outsourcing international student recruitment and services -- involving multi-million dollar payment from a corporate provider -- raises questions.
In a discussion of growing enrollments within existing facilities, experts focus on identifying and alleviating bottlenecks.
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