Presidents / chancellors

Ohio community college raises questions by enrolling large numbers of non-Ohio students

Ohio's Eastern Gateway Community College draws scrutiny from lawmakers for working with an OPM to rapidly grow online enrollment of out-of-state students.

Public higher education continues to feel pinch from Great Recession a decade later

States and the public colleges they fund continue to feel the economic downturn's effects, even after a decade of recovery, according to a new report that gives a sobering look at state funding.

Feds release broader data on socioeconomic status and college enrollment and completion

Family wealth is linked to students' odds of enrolling and graduating from college, according to new federal data, as well as the type and selectivity of college they attend.

Williams College student government rejects pro-Israel group

The student government at Williams College drew the ire of the college president and national organizations for rejecting official recognition of a student group supportive of Israel.

After sexual assault allegations, Swarthmore fraternities disband

After students occupied one of the Greek houses on campus for four days, protesting a long history of accusations against them, the two chapters at the college dissolved themselves.

Swarthmore students sit in at fraternity house after sexual assault allegations


Students at Swarthmore -- angry over reports of sexual violence and leaks of internal fraternity emails -- are demanding administrators kick out Greek groups.

Beloit cancels Erik Prince talk after student protests

Beloit calls off talk by conservative speaker after students bang drums and pile chairs on stage to prevent him from starting.

Hiwassee College will close

Hiwassee, in Tennessee, will shut down. Wheeling Jesuit will eliminate all but eight of 30 academic programs and will slash faculty jobs as well.

Democratic lawmakers join chorus of critics on higher education as engine of inequality

Scandal and data are fueling a growing belief that higher education is rigged for the wealthy, and are motivating Democratic allies to consider a harsher stance with the industry.

Wake Forest professors demand that university do more about photographs of admissions leaders

Arts and sciences faculty vote overwhelmingly to condemn university's response to discovery that two admissions leaders -- while students in the 1980s -- posed in front of Confederate flags.


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