Students, administrators and lawyers argue over whether and how colleges should adjudicate campus assault cases at U. of Virginia conference on sexual misconduct.
New survey finds disagreement among students, businesses and college leaders over whether and how recent grads are prepared for work. But there is consensus on who's to blame: everybody.
At Lynn University, one of the first small colleges to offer a 24-hour cafeteria, students are more nourished and classes are more flexible.
New liberal arts programs expand career services to academic breaks, bringing students back on campus for job hook-ups and development workshops -- and footing the bill.
As the Princeton cases grow and Thanksgiving holiday approaches, CDC prepares for potentially wider use of an unlicensed vaccine and campus officials nationwide warn students to take precautions.
Georgetown's new athlete development and leadership program bridges sports, academics and student services for a comprehensive approach to leadership education.
New survey shows students think they're more prepared for the work force than employers believe they are. The question, its authors ask, is what will anyone do about it?
More community and commuter colleges are striving to get students involved in civic engagement projects and courses, which have traditionally thrived at residential campuses.
Maryland is not the first university to be sued over its lack of captioning on scoreboards for deaf attendees at athletic events, nor is it the only campus to lack such an accommodation, experts say.
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