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Five Actions to Address Inequities in Course Scheduling

Scheduling courses mainly during the day is not just an inefficient use of classroom space but also a barrier to equitable course availability, writes higher ed space planning consultant Chris Morett.

Voices of Student Success: Creating Community for Students in Recovery

Many students on college campuses struggle with substance use and abuse, but fewer have a supportive community they can turn to.

Inside Higher Ed 2024 Earmarks Database

Higher Ed Earmarks in Fiscal Year 2024 Budget Questions or comments about the data? Email katherine.knott@insidehighered.com.

New Gen Ed Requirements for CSU Freshmen

The California State University system Board of Trustees recently voted to apply new general education requirements for transfer students to...
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Colleges Create Campus Spaces for Student Identity

To help students feel they belong at the institution, institutions are investing in facilities that promote student identity and meet their needs.

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Rating States’ Work on Post-College Outcomes

Data-rich report from Strada shows few states have highly developed systems for career coaching, work-based learning or alignment with employer interests.

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Opinion

Yes, Colleges Do Close

Many will soon—and leaders’ collective refusal to discuss this openly only makes things worse, John J. Smetanka writes.

St. Norbert Trustee Defamation Lawsuit Against Grad Dropped

A defamation lawsuit filed by St. Norbert College trustee and former administrator Reverend Jay Fostner against a former student has...