The impact of rising costs in a post-recession economy on the concerns and decisions of incoming freshmen is stronger than ever, an annual survey shows.
Presidents whose campuses have been shaken by sexual misconduct speak about the issue with unusual candor at a University of Virginia "dialogue."
A federal task force convened by President Obama takes government enforcement even further, but promises to consult with college officials this time.
Largest-ever study of American graduates will look at quality-of-life measures beyond job attainment and compensation, but some question what it says about colleges.
A student group's road to recognition at Iowa State University leads the institution to examine where privacy and legality overlap.
Revamped version of annual survey, NSSE, examines students' use of effective learning practices, academic advising and technology in the classroom.
Students who binge drink during college have significantly worse critical thinking skills than non-bingers upon graduation -- but only if they started college with comparatively low skills, study says.
Segregation in sororities is neither a surprise nor unique to Alabama, experts on the Greek system say.
After being punished for interrupting a pro-Israel speaker, students accuse Florida Atlantic University of violating their First Amendment rights.
Some male students accused of rape are suing colleges, saying they are the victims of sex discrimination. Experts doubt they will succeed, but cases could focus more attention on due process issues.
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