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June 7, 2016
Study finds that high-reputation institutions stand to lose the most when breaking NCAA rules. But some loyal alumni are still there to help even in times of crisis.

June 7, 2016
Louisiana and other states are closer to reaching college completion goals as their emphasis shifts to more certificates in addition to degrees.

June 7, 2016
Plan to put Annapolis and Santa Fe campuses of Great Books college under a single president at Santa Fe sets off anxieties among supporters of older campus in Annapolis.

June 6, 2016
New analysis shows dramatic decreases in open positions for professors. Health professions faculty jobs, once equal in number to those in humanities, now far outnumber them.

June 6, 2016
ETS plans to discourage graduate departments from relying in excess on test scores in deciding whom to admit.

June 6, 2016
Florida A&M president's future hangs in the balance as she tries to plot a path forward in performance-funded state -- amid reports some trustees want to remove her.

June 6, 2016
North Carolina legislation would have cut tuition dramatically, and many at the institutions feared they would lose revenue. Two universities still are covered by bill.

June 6, 2016
Education Department will push to finalize rule on state approval of online programs before the end of the year.

June 6, 2016
New report on transfer of struggling students from universities to community colleges finds students benefit from moving in nontraditional direction.

June 3, 2016
The last five campus leaders picked at Cal State have been women, and recent hires have doubled the number of Asian-Americans who will be campus presidents.

June 3, 2016
Legislators, veterans groups and for-profit colleges wrangle over details of an amendment that would expand for-profit colleges' access to students on military bases.

June 3, 2016
Driven by greater student demand, colleges expand access to mental health services by embedding counselors in residence halls and creating 24-hour hotlines.

June 3, 2016
More than half of intercollegiate and recreational athletes in a new study say they have pressured women into having sex.

June 3, 2016
Roma lag other groups in attaining higher education.

June 3, 2016
Jeffrey Bauer, acting provost at Shawnee State University, in Ohio, has been promoted to provost and vice president for academic affairs there. Jaimie Hebert, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Sam Houston State University, has been named president of Georgia Southern University.

June 2, 2016
Apparent murder of a professor follows a day of terror on campus and reflects a kind of violence that is rare but feared.

June 2, 2016
St. Catharine College is closing, and the small private institution blames its demise on a version of the same Education Department sanction that toppled the for-profit Corinthian Colleges.

June 2, 2016
Graduate students reach an agreement with Cornell that could carve a path for them to form a union, rare among private institutions, and avoid the long court battles that have been expected.

June 2, 2016
Arizona Board of Regents probably violated First Amendment rights of state's student association when it stopped collecting fees for the group, U.S. appeals court rules.

June 2, 2016
Surveys show an increasing number of U.S. institutions are working with commissioned agents to recruit international students.

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