Religious colleges

Religious colleges

Activists outside the Supreme Court hold up signs, one of which says "Roe Is Dead."
Jun 28, 2022
Some religious colleges are celebrating the demise of federal abortion rights while others are taking a more nuanced stance. A rare few are condemning the Supreme Court’s decision outright.

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June 28, 2022
Some religious colleges are celebrating the demise of federal abortion rights while others are taking a more nuanced stance. A rare few are condemning the Supreme Court’s decision outright.
March 15, 2022
Faith-based colleges and universities are stepping up their efforts to support the citizens of Ukraine as Russia’s assault on the country continues.
November 10, 2021
Accreditor places Southwest Baptist University on probation, finding the board’s actions raised questions about its ability to act in the best interest of the institution and that the climate for academic freedom had been eroded.
September 8, 2021
College of the Ozarks argues that the Biden administration’s interpretation of the federal fair housing law forces the college to “open female showers, restrooms, and dorm rooms to biological males who assert a female gender identity.”
May 7, 2021
The Baptist women’s college had only 12 new students committed to attend in the fall.
July 20, 2020
Six athletic conferences cancel or postpone fall seasons. Hillsdale College defies state attorney general. Citing quarantine order, Ithaca College tells some out-of-staters to start classes remotely.
February 11, 2020
Concordia University in Portland, Ore., announced it will be closing at the end of the spring semester. While the university had grown its graduate enrollment, it cited the changing nature of higher education as a reason for its closure.
January 9, 2020
A proposed split in the United Methodist Church could be good news for colleges that struggled with whether to retain their church affiliation following the adoption of anti-LGBT policies.
January 2, 2020
A lawsuit at Saint Anselm is centered on the question of powers held by members of the religious order versus those held by the Board of Trustees.
December 16, 2019
A conservative Catholic college in Wyoming educates students in great books, horsemanship and other outdoors skills and bans cellphones on campus. It also turned down federal funding.

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