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Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County Settles Assault Case

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County has reached a $4.1 million settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over allegations...

Arrest of Stony Brook Protesters Sparks Backlash

Nine people were arrested at Stony Brook University for allegedly disrupting university activities during a March 26 pro-Palestinian rally on...

Education Department Will Reprocess 20 Percent of FAFSAs

In a reversal, the Education Department will now reprocess student aid applications that were affected by a recent calculation error...

Northland College Fundraising Fails, Financial Exigency Declared

The president and Board of Trustees at Northland College voted Thursday to declare financial exigency after failing to raise enough...
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‘Weaponization of Plagiarism’ or Rigorous Standards Behind Provost’s Ouster?

Anonymous tips about inaccurate citations on the CV of Clayton State University’s first Black female provost led to her firing. Some observers believe the complaints were motivated by more than earnest concern for academic integrity.

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Decision and Resource Tree Aids in Supporting Student Mental Health

One document colleges and universities can create to help faculty and staff respond to students’ wellness concerns is a resource tree that includes relevant details to guide referrals.

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‘Running Out of Road’ for FAFSA Completion

The number of students who filled out the federal aid form is down nearly 30 percent. The ramifications for access and enrollment could be devastating.

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Digital Wallets Explored as Next Generation Transcripts

Adoption has started as employers and students place more value on skills. Meanwhile, plans for free, open-source wallet technology are picking up steam.