Religious colleges

Louisville Seminary will eliminate master's tuition by 2015

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Louisville seminary, concerned about debt burden for graduates entering low-paying fields, will give full scholarships to all master's students by 2015.

Catholic U. Students Split on Single-Sex Housing Policy

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Students covered by policy keeping frosh men living separately from frosh women see no shortage of the activities the rules were designed to scale back.

Claremont Lincoln aims to train Christian, Jewish and Muslim clergy

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A United Methodist seminary establishes a new graduate university to train religious leaders of all faiths -- together.

Colleges Fail U.S. Financial Test

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Latest data from Education Department show scores of private institutions failing to meet disputed metrics aimed at measuring "financial responsibility."

Following Kia Across Georgia

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Atlanta Christian College is moving to the Alabama border, enticed in part by a manufacturing plant. The institution has also dropped "Christian" from its name, becoming Point University.

A Dissenter Is Fired

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Tenure, teaching awards and help from AAUP don't save job of Erskine professor who offends religious traditionalists.

Fall From Grace

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After months of tension, tenured religion professor -- who wrote about challenges science poses to literal reading of Genesis -- leaves Calvin College.

Where Trendy Is 17th Century

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"Classical Christian" colleges turn to the Great Books curriculum in order to advance a small but growing sector of higher education.

Blasphemy of a Different Kind

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After recording of private conversation reaches upper echelons of Adventist church, 3 La Sierra U. leaders and a controversial faculty member are forced to quit.

A Fight Over Fundamentalism

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Alumni and faculty members at Louisiana College are locked in a battle with trustees over the institution's future.

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