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University of Phoenix’s Accreditor Approves Deal With Idaho

The Higher Learning Commission, which accredits the University of Phoenix and roughly 500 other colleges across the United States, has...
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College Transfer Process Is ‘DIY’ for Many Students

A new report magnifies existing hurdles students face when attempting to transfer from a two-year college to a four-year institution.

IU Board Tables Controversial Changes to Kinsey Institute

The Indiana University Board of Trustees tabled its scheduled Friday vote on controversial changes to the Kinsey Institute. IU administrators...

Cornell Grad Student Workers Overwhelmingly Vote to Unionize

Cornell University graduate student workers have voted 1,873 to 80 to unionize, the National Labor Relations Board announced last week...
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Education Department Releases New Data on Transfer

The release of the data aims to motivate institutions to measure and improve their transfer outcomes.

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HBCUs Without Presidents

At least 18 four-year HBCUs lack permanent leaders. Experts say presidential turnover harms relationships with donors and alumni and undermines continuity.

Moravian, Lancaster Seminaries Launch Shared Degree Programs

Moravian University and Moravian Theological Seminary are joining forces with Lancaster Theological Seminary to teach a joint curriculum on both...
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Historic Kinsey Sex Research Institute May Face a Divorce

Faculty members are alarmed by an Indiana University proposal to spin off an unclear portion of the Kinsey Institute’s operations into a separate nonprofit.