New scrutiny raises questions, beyond the legal ones, of why some colleges rely on third parties to send students to other countries.
Harvard and its competitors are busting the myth that the model M.B.A. applicant has worked five years after college.
Where previously there were only anecdotes, new survey provides a clearer picture of the prevalence of practices that have fallen under scrutiny.
U. of Virginia begins campaign to encourage employees to consider a lower-premium, higher-deductible option as interest in that model increases.
Down a lot of students and a couple million dollars, a progressive California college considers its options.
Several recent transactions have featured private firms or college companies taking over traditional nonprofit institutions. Some investors, though, don't foresee a trend.
Deal rescues Myers U., and leads to ouster of president who spent a day in jail as agreement was worked out.
Appeals court ruling that a California community college district followed guidelines in presenting measure may have implications for other institutions in the state.
Blackburn announces 15% reduction, but by also ending bargaining with students and their families, the institution's bottom line won't change.
New report offers college leaders recommendations for fully integrating overseas studies into their academic offerings.
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