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A night scene of the lawn at Columbia, covered in signs and Palestinian flags.

Another Wave of Unrest Grips Campuses

Protesters regroup at Columbia, garnering support from students at other colleges. Penn blocks a pro-Palestinian group; USC cancels more graduation speakers.

Four students walk on campus wearing UCF merchandise

Advising on Classes, Life and Anything Else

The University of Central Florida streamlined student supports by merging the roles of academic adviser and student success coach roles into one.

Two woman walking on a college campus

Report: Texas Community College Students Struggling to Make Ends Meet

A new survey from Trellis Strategies finds a majority of two-year students in Texas have run out of money during 2023, but one-third of students have not spoken with their college about their issues.

Wooden blocks spell out “FAFSA” atop a computer keyboard, next to two stacks of cash money.

Let’s Make Later Deposit Deadlines Permanent

Colleges are extending admission commitment deadlines due to FAFSA delays, but there’s no good reason they can’t do this every year, Chuck Knepfle writes.

A student in a red sweater takes a podium at a Title IX protest in December

New Title IX Rules Are Out. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Designed to protect college and university students and employees from sex-based harassment and sexual violence, the regulations will overhaul how institutions respond to reports of sexual misconduct, among other changes.

Making Progress Against ChatGPT

It can be hard to see progress, but I have tangible (anecdotal) evidence.

Three caucasian men dressed casually are seated on a stage engaging with the audience.

New Data Consortium Wants Colleges to ‘Own’ Their AI Future

American Council on Education will lead global effort to pool data on tens of millions of students to improve learner success and collaborate on AI tools.

A photograph of Minouche Shafik looking serious and concerned.

Columbia President Accused of Dishonest Testimony, Throwing Professors ‘Under the Bus’

Minouche Shafik denounced antisemitism more forcefully than past Ivy League presidents in Wednesday's hearing, but Republicans who questioned her still aren’t satisfied. And some faculty members are alarmed.