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In the wake of federal criticism of its accreditation standards, the American Bar Association sanctions another for-profit law school.
Draft policy proposed by Middle States would prohibit accredited institutions from using commissioned agents in international recruitment -- as many now do.
Ratings agency dings small university for spending big after a new president took over. As focus shifts to a budget deficit, question becomes whether Drew can cut spending while growing enrollment.
About 40 percent of students who decided not to go to their college or university of first choice cited reasons related to costs.
If a high school senior displays a swastika at his school, should colleges be told? A teacher is being punished for doing just that.
As many Northeastern colleges fear enrollment declines, Lehigh University charts ambitious growth plan including 1,000 additional undergraduates, 100 more faculty members and a new college of health.
Access to certain colleges has a lot to do with income, new study finds, but graduating college levels the playing field for students of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
A group of 30 top colleges and universities wants to enroll more low-income students, but critics question whether the focus should be elsewhere.
High school graduates are projected to come from increasingly diverse backgrounds, even as overall levels plateau -- posing a challenge for colleges and universities.
Trinity of Connecticut moves away from year-after-year freshmen enrollment gains and a controversial real estate purchase, aiming to be better and more diverse at a smaller size.
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