Senate Republicans echo the Obama administration by proposing alternative pathways to accreditation and, possibly, federal aid for noninstitutional providers like Udacity, General Assembly and edX.
When colleges ban hard liquor, even for students over 21, does drinking behavior change? Or is it just forced off campus?
Coffee giant extends its tuition program so that it covers four full years. McDonald's provides details of its much smaller plan.
New shipbuilding apprenticeship at Old Dominion University may be first of its kind to include a bachelor's degree, paid for by the shipyard, which also kicks in at least $225,000 during each apprentice's course.
The remaining colleges -- most of which have been singled out for scrutiny over "severe" audit findings -- are mostly for-profit colleges and beauty schools.
News of what the University of Houston will pay the actor Matthew McConaughey renews the debate about the expense of celebrities at graduation.
An updated study of massive open online courses from Harvard U. and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology finds diverse learner populations and interests -- and the need for more research.
Massachusetts faculty union fights to enforce a contract cap on part-time faculty, while other adjunct advocates see little value in such efforts.
College leaders have gotten speedier and more severe in taking action against students linked to racist incidents. Critics fear due process is being eroded.
After years of having one of the most highly subsidized athletics departments, a universitywide panel at Rutgers pushes reforms that would end contributions from student fees and the university.
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