New policy at UMass barring Iranians from some science and engineering programs raises concerns and questions about universities responsibilities' under U.S. sanctions.
New York's governor hopes a college education can help cut prison costs. Critics think the money is going to the wrong people.
Use of e-transcripts catches on, opening the door to new uses for the student record.
Administration officials summoned university presidents to discuss a possible effort to get more low-income, academically talented students to apply to the nation’s best institutions.
Study finds that when white people are told of the success of Asian applicants, their commitment to basing admissions on grades and test scores drops.
New study suggests that success on Advanced Placement tests and certain personality traits may add significantly to colleges' ability to predict the academic success of applicants in STEM fields.
NACUBO's survey of discount rates finds another increase, but a surprising enrollment drop at many private institutions could be a threat to balanced budgets.
Audit of a Tennessee community college raises questions about a Pennsylvania private college's decision to retroactively award a degree.
Under a chancellor who says he cares more about rankings than did his predecessor, Syracuse U. scales back involvement with well-regarded program for recruiting low-income and minority students -- and those students take note.
With enrollment declining, the president of the University of Southern Maine wants faculty members to call students to make sure they return this fall.
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