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A Time for Change at Gustavus Adolphus College

A change in the certification of athletic trainers drove the liberal arts college to add its first-ever master’s degree program. Its leaders acted with an eye toward recruiting more students in an era of declining enrollment.

Courses Offer Undeclared and Other Students Career Exploration Opportunities

Adelphi University’s interdisciplinary 360 seminars focus on narrow themes, with guest lectures and atypical assessments.

Hampshire Admits All Students From New College of Florida

Hampshire College on Thursday offered admission to all New College of Florida students in good standing. The offer also includes...

Pushing the Future of Tech Education

Knowing how you learn best can be crucial for your education. In today’s Academic Minute, part of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute...

After a Decade of Growth, Degree Earners Decline

The number of undergraduate degree earners fell last year for the first time since 2012. Is it a bump in the road or a harbinger of a changing higher ed landscape?

Fla.’s Stop WOKE Act Remains Stymied

A panel of federal judges is keeping in place a block on Florida’s Stop WOKE Act while appeals progress.

Consumer Watchdog Issues Warning to Private Loan Servicers

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is warning loan servicers to stop collecting private student loans that were discharged by bankruptcy...

Full Recording of Judge’s Disrupted Stanford Talk

A full recording has emerged of students at Stanford University law school disrupting a talk by Judge Kyle Duncan of...