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October 27, 2021
As tuition rises slowly, the amount of federal loans students and parents take on to finance higher education declines, the College Board’s annual report shows. 

October 27, 2021
Two former faculty members sue Collin College, saying they were let go for criticizing the college’s COVID-19 response and otherwise exercising their right to free expression.

October 27, 2021
The Association of American Universities adopted eight principles to help combat sexual harassment on campus. Experts say they also need to commit to prevention education.

October 27, 2021
The Department of Education begins the process of writing new regulations limiting what for-profit institutions can count as nonfederal sources of revenue with two public hearings this week.

October 27, 2021
Hugh Brady, vice chancellor and president of the University of Bristol, in Britain, has been appointed president of Imperial College London, also in Britain. Siri Dixon, vice president of Sumner College, in Oregon, has been selected as president of the Portland, Ore., campus of Concorde Career College.

October 26, 2021
Experts hoped college enrollments would rebound this fall. New data show that while selective institutions have seen their numbers recover, most others continue to struggle.

October 26, 2021
United Negro College Fund and Complete College America support Black colleges’ efforts to upgrade their expertise and replicate their unique educational offerings digitally.

October 26, 2021
A community college newspaper, which served as a pipeline to media jobs for students, struggles amid a pandemic and enrollment declines.

October 26, 2021
A new study finds that LGBTQ+ students suffer more substance misuse, depression, suicidal ideation and disengagement than their non-LGBTQ+ peers. The pandemic has only made it worse.

October 26, 2021
Elmhurst University is starting a doctor of nursing practice program. Kean University is starting a B.F.A. in advertising. Logan University is starting a master of science in integrative pediatrics.

October 25, 2021
Experts say crediting students for their climate advocacy is wise. But institutions tend to minimize the role campus activists may have played in helping them decide to divest from fossil fuels.

October 25, 2021
Enrollment rates at community colleges continue to plummet across the country as administrators seek solutions to stanch the outward flow of students.

October 25, 2021
Advocates for tuition-free community college were disappointed by President Biden’s announcement that it won’t be a part of the Build Back Better Act. But they aren’t giving up yet -- or anytime soon.

October 25, 2021
Cornell University has started a campaign to raise $5 billion by 2026. So far, the university has raised $2.6 billion. Creighton University is starting a campaign to raise $650 million by 2024. The campaign has already raised $450 million.

October 22, 2021
Disabilities services professionals want to get the word out about how students may be affected by long COVID. A new workbook offers tips for those helping these students navigate college while coping with the virus's lingering effects.

October 22, 2021
A new report outlines the challenges Black borrowers face with income-driven repayment plans, while another offers a solution -- all while the Department of Education is considering new possibilities for the plans.

October 22, 2021
Having a professor, adviser or other mentor can greatly help in navigating college and launching a career, but many students aren’t seeking out such relationships.

October 22, 2021
New research shows that gerrymandering dilutes the impact of student voters on large campuses -- especially at HBCUs. Voting rights groups are working to combat the practice.

October 22, 2021
Government will be authorized to investigate and obstruct “hostile information campaigns.”

October 21, 2021
Institutions across the U.S. face a shortage of dining hall workers. Can Grubhub, Panda Express and spatula-wielding professors fill the gap?

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