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July 24, 2019
College students who make sound financial decisions tend to more quickly develop an adult identity, have fewer mental health problems and better transition to the work force.

July 23, 2019
A lawyer is seeking class-action status for a lawsuit on behalf of college students who want the right to question their accusers.

July 23, 2019
Alaska's Board of Regents voted to declare financial exigency after huge state funding cuts, but even more difficult choices loom as the board will soon have to decide how to move forward.

July 23, 2019
Pop wants to become the next big messaging app for students. But will it avoid the mistakes of Yik Yak and other failed campus-based apps before it?

July 23, 2019
Lawsuit from Quinnipiac student accused of sexual violence will go to trial, with judge agreeing to potential for bias and that university officials destroyed notes in investigation.

July 23, 2019
Peggy Agouris, dean of the College of Science at George Mason University, in Virginia, has been appointed provost at the College of William & Mary, also in Virginia. Scott Bullard, interim president, senior vice president and dean of the college at Judson College, in Alabama, has been selected as president of Pfeiffer College, in North Carolina.

July 22, 2019
When a misleading op-ed in The Wall Street Journal irks academics, it's time for a fact check on faculty work and pay.

July 22, 2019
Incoming president talks strategies for recovering from a tumultuous seven months.

July 22, 2019
University of South Carolina Board of Trustees approved Lieutenant General Robert Caslen as the university's next president in a divided vote.

July 22, 2019
In their upcoming book, two professors discuss federal laws and institutional policy around consent, and what colleges get wrong.

July 19, 2019
Facing unprecedented state cuts, faculty members at one branch of the University of Alaska system assert that another campus should absorb most of the financial pain. Its peers aren't pleased.

July 19, 2019
The disagreement over scholarly debate about gender identity rages on.

July 19, 2019
After the Trump administration dialed back oversight of student loan servicers, states have responded to demands from consumer groups by passing new laws targeting companies that handle millions of borrowers' payments.

July 19, 2019
Sensitive student data from over 60 colleges could be vulnerable as the result of a security flaw in Ellucian’s widely used enterprise resource planning software.

July 18, 2019
Florida legislation gives prosecutors the ability to bring charges against fraternity and sorority members who weren't present for hazing but helped plan it.

July 18, 2019
To help students majoring in artistic fields find employment after graduation without compromising their passions, Texas-Arlington develops unique concentrations with practical applications.

July 18, 2019
Author discusses new book on "breakout moves" for teaching at community colleges.

July 18, 2019
Calls are in response to moves by Hungary's government.

July 18, 2019
Anna Maria College has started an undergraduate major in digital and social media. Briar Cliff University is starting a master's degree in psychiatric mental health nursing. Emerson College and Franklin University, in Switzerland, have announced a joint B.A. in international and political communication.

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