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Report: Federal ‘Loophole’ Lets States Opt Out of Higher Ed Oversight

A decade-old policy change has allowed states to delegate their oversight authority regarding higher education to accrediting agencies, argues Student...

Residential Schools and Indigenous People: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Steve Minton, associate professor in applied and clinical psychology at the University of Plymouth, explains...

State College Group Hires Arkansas State System Leader as President

Charles L. Welch, president of the Arkansas State University System, will become the new president of the American Association of...
President Chuck Seifert sits in a green golf cart with school mascot, Baloo.

All the Presidents’ Golf Carts

Several college and university presidents around the nation travel their campuses in golf carts. Institutional leaders explain the vision and practical benefits of doing so.

Louisiana Tech Student Stabs 4 on Campus

A Louisiana Tech University student allegedly stabbed four people on campus Monday in what officials are calling a “random act...
Four people, three men and a woman. One of the men is wearing a priest's collar.

Universities Prepare to Launch 2-Year Colleges

The goal of the model, started at Loyola University, is to get low-income students to and through college with little to no debt.

Black male student listens attentively to older adult giving guidance.

Report: Strengthening Community College Student Transfer

Research from the California Community Colleges system identifies four experiences that increase likelihood of transfer among African American students from a two-year to four-year institution.

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AI Voice Clones and Deepfakes: The Latest Presidents’ Engagement Tools

Artificial intelligence is allowing university presidents to reach students in new ways—and forms. But experts warn to proceed with caution.