College of Saint Mary offers alternative on-campus housing opportunity for single mothers.
Major national study finds that disorders are widespread -- and treatment is not -- for those who are 19-25, regardless of their enrollment status.
Some small colleges are using the Myers-Briggs personality test to either match freshman roommates or help resolve conflict between them.
Students who use ADHD medications without prescriptions do so more for studying than partying -- and generally feel that the drug use pays off, survey finds.
Colleges aren't just offering late-night coffee and cookies during finals week, but massages and other perks to soothe the stressed-out student.
Major scholarly study finds positive impacts from having roommates from different backgrounds -- and negative impacts from being members of groups largely of one race or ethnicity.
Colleges and universities will celebrate and observe the upcoming presidential inauguration -- on campus and in Washington.
Student affairs administrators are increasingly debating how to use Facebook and other social networking tools -- and whether and how to monitor student use. A new book -- Online Social Networking on Campus: Understanding What Matters in Student Culture (Routledge) -- aims to offer some guidance. The authors are Ana M.
In twist on the theme house concept, U. of Cincinnati focuses on first-generation, low-income freshmen.
Annual survey of first-year students considers money and politics (among other topics): Students are looking for jobs and leaning left.
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