Sagging enrollment prompts changes in the college's co-op curriculum to emphasize group learning and speed up graduation.
Many colleges seek to gain stature through sports. Birmingham-Southern switches from Division I to III and eliminates sports scholarships.
Officials in Maine and North Carolina review proposals from group with close ties to philosophy of Ayn Rand.
For decades, students could get by without taking any math -- but perhaps not for much longer.
In-depth evaluation of president's performance seemed like a good idea, but now many say the report has been squelched.
Study documents the increasing difficulty of transferring to elite private institutions from community colleges.
College presidents and others will advance agenda for rethinking many practices.
How a small college fell deeply into debt -- and why a successful academic leader came out of retirement to try to save it.
A small town outside Phoenix is opening its arms to small private colleges -- and some from the Midwest are taking a serious look.
Sierra Nevada's president and vice president quit as innovative college prepares to be absorbed by partner.
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