Undergraduate programs are being revised to embrace more liberal arts courses and – in some instances -- to ease students’ workloads.
As veterans try to take advantage of the new GI Bill, Ohio State introduces courses only open to students who've served in the military.
Today’s college graduates do not exhibit as much professionalism as their employers expect of them, according to a new study from York College of Pennsylvania.
As National Survey of Student Engagement is released, a scholar questions the validity of its conclusions and the way it asks questions.
Citing First Amendment, Maryland’s public universities defy legislature’s demands for a policy barring the use of public facilities for the display of obscene materials.
NCAA study finds declining numbers of college players with signs of problem wagering, though Internet gaming and casual sports betting grow.
One college takes "sound mind, sound body" to a new level, requiring students to lose weight or take a fitness class to graduate.
As Lincoln U. debates fitness requirement for obese students, other institutions search for less controversial ways to deal with the issue.
Faculty members vote to keep health class that set off national debate, but to make it optional.
A student's suit over lack of single-sex facilities raises the question: Do college women deserve some spaces where men won't be disrobing?
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