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Hackers Sent Hoax Email Claiming Death of UConn President

Hackers took aim at the University of Connecticut last week, sending students a hoax email that falsely announced the death...

Supreme Court Justices’ Campus Appearances Raise Ethical Issues

The Associated Press ran a story about Supreme Court justices’ appearances on campuses and how some of those events become...
2023 Survey of College and University Business Officers

2023 Survey of College and University Business Officers

Inside Higher Ed’s 2023 Survey of College and University Business Officers was conducted in conjunction with Hanover Research. The survey...

Students for Fair Admissions Sends Email With Demands to 150 Colleges

students for Fair Admissions, the group that won the Supreme Court cases outlawing affirmative action in admissions, sent an email...

Supreme Court Justices’ Campus Appearances Raise Ethical Issues

The Associated Press ran a story about Supreme Court justices’ appearances on campuses and how some of those events become...
Students walk around on the University of California, Irvine, campus

Data-Based Decisions Tip: Removing Barriers to Completion With Policy Revision

To boost completion rates among students, the University of California, Irvine, used data to work collaboratively with institutional divisions to reimagine major-change policies.

Ohlone College in California on a sunny day

Leadership Academy Provides Access, Equity in Career Development

Semester-long program for disproportionately impacted students at Ohlone College in California offers job experience and career preparation skills.

Three students walk past a plaque on a brick wall that reads "Morehouse College, founded 1867."

As Affirmative Action Ends, HBCUs Wait or Plan for the Fallout

Some leaders of historically Black colleges and universities expect the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action to bring a flood of applicants to their institutions. They’re not sure they’re ready.