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From Ending Tenure to Enshrining It

Texas’s Senate has passed antitenure, anti-DEI and anti-transgender sports access bills. But they may face stronger opposition in the state’s House of Representatives.

The Power of Inclusive Hospitality: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute : Brad Garner, associate professor of education and digital learning scholar in residence at Indiana...
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Prioritizing Student Parents

A new certification will acknowledge colleges, universities and organizations that do a particularly good job of serving students with children.

Striking Rutgers Unions Overwhelmingly Ratify Contracts

The three Rutgers University unions that went on strike together last month announced Monday that their members have overwhelmingly approved...

‘Huge Sense of Relief’: How New FAFSA Could Help Homeless Students

On the new form, students will have to answer fewer questions about their status as unaccompanied homeless youth. Advocates are hoping the changes make it easier for students to access financial aid but worry about implementation.

Weekly Wisdom | Dr. DeAngela Burns-Wallace

Join us for a lively Weekly Wisdom interview with Dr. DeAngela Burns-Wallace.

The Week in Admissions News

Problems with AP Chinese exam; enrollment trade-offs in Maine; tough times in West Virginia.


CUNY to Invite All New York City Seniors to Apply

The system for the first time will send personal invitations.