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December 14, 2020
The ABCs of successful advising both before, during and after the pandemic are actually the LRCs: listen, respect and care. That’s according to new data from the National Survey of Student Engagement.

December 14, 2020
Colleges say they have long ago spent all the CARES Act money to aid struggling students and they need more help now.

December 14, 2020
Total state grant aid increased by more than 3 percent during the 2018-19 academic year -- a smaller increase than the year prior, but an increase nonetheless.

December 11, 2020
Auburn University has come under fire for its diversity and inclusion -- or lack thereof -- before. Now alumni are fighting for real change.

December 11, 2020
Professor who studies pederasty sues students who've said he's sympathetic to pedophiles. Fellow classicists argue that he's treading into dicey legal and ethical territory in trying to police expression.

December 11, 2020
Some colleges have called on student groups to manage reports about violations of coronavirus-related public health protocols on campuses and to impose punishments or penalties for peers who don't comply.

December 11, 2020
Case at Lund University, in Sweden, raises issues of fairness to the accused.

December 11, 2020
Authors discuss new book on Mexican American students.

December 11, 2020
Michael T. Benson, president of Eastern Kentucky University, has been chosen as president of Coastal Carolina University, in South Carolina. Patrice Caldwell, interim chancellor of Eastern New Mexico University, has been appointed to the job on a permanent basis.

December 10, 2020
While most institutions are staying the course with what they did in the fall, some that played this semester safe are planning to expand in-person options for students in the spring.

December 10, 2020
Student loan servicers say a funding cut by the Education Department forced them to reduce staff. Now they're about to get flooded by calls from borrowers.

December 10, 2020
The bankruptcy case began in 2014 after Anthem parent FCC Holdings Inc. was accused of predrawing federal financial aid dollars based on unsubstantiated enrollment projections.

December 10, 2020
The pandemic is widening equity gaps as more low-income students and students of color leave higher ed.

December 10, 2020
New athletics programs are an effort to draw students who wouldn’t have otherwise considered attending Amarillo College in Texas.

December 10, 2020
Catholic University has launched a certificate in child protection and safe environments. Centre College has created a major in business.

December 9, 2020
A Black professor at Calvin University says colleagues discriminated against her in denying tenure. University says its processes produced “just results.”

December 9, 2020
The NSF’s new data on Ph.D.s earned in 2019 include some bright spots, including gains for underrepresented minority groups. But COVID-19 threatens to wreak havoc on soon-to-be and recent Ph.D.s for years to come, experts say.

December 9, 2020
A new Department of Education hotline for reporting free speech violations on college campuses is under fire by higher education advocates who say it is unnecessary and lacks legal authority.

December 9, 2020
Academic library survey reveals widespread budget cuts during the COVID-19 pandemic and concern about long-term financial recovery.

December 9, 2020
Kumud Acharya, interim president and research professor at the Desert Research Institute, in Nevada, has been appointed as president on a permanent basis. Ronald Berry, dean of the College of Business and Social Sciences at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, has been promoted to president there.

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