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CUNY to Receive $75 Million Donation to Boost Tech Programs

The City University of New York system is receiving the largest donation in its history, intended to help the urban...
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Fresh Battle Lines in the Testing Wars

The debate over standardized testing requirements, put on ice during the pandemic, is catching fire again as colleges reconsider their temporary test-optional policies.

Weekly Wisdom | Interview with Dr. Shonda Gibson from the Texas A&M University System

Join co-hosts University Innovation Alliance CEO Bridget Burns and Inside Higher Ed Co-founder and Editor Doug Lederman for a lively discussion about student success and the role systems can play in supporting improvement with Dr. Shonda Gibson from TAMUS.

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A Small Pennsylvania College’s Big Investment in the Humanities

Lycoming College is providing more research and experiential learning opportunities for students in hopes of setting itself apart in a tough enrollment environment.

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Redefining the RA’s Role

On many campuses, resident assistants handle everything from fire safety to mental health counseling. Now some institutions are breaking up the job to make it more manageable.

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Removing Financial Barriers to Study Abroad

To make international education experiences more equitable and accessible, colleges and universities have implemented programs to reduce or remove costs related to study away.

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Higher Education in Political Crosshairs as 2024 Election Heats Up

With higher education becoming more politicized, it’s poised to play a more prominent role than usual in this year’s presidential and congressional elections. The outcomes will carry huge policy implications.

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Report: 4 Ways to Promote Rural College Student Enrollment, Completion

A new brief by the Institute for College Access and Success highlights the unique challenges students from rural communities can face in postsecondary degree attainment and some ways colleges and universities can bridge the gap.