Jim Jump considers the virtues of a financial aid portal to match students wanting more aid with the colleges that want them.
Critics have argued that this spring’s federal antisemitism hearings were driven largely by politics, but state lawmakers and ...
In this polarized time, one assistant professor is teaching students to argue more constructively about the most contentious ...
In the fallout from the mass resignation of Dickinson State’s nursing faculty, President Stephen Easton said North Dakota’s ...
A peer mentorship program at Saddleback College in California both helps students feel engaged at the university and provides ...
Iris Palmer writes that restructuring work-based learning to expand paid opportunities could help community college students ...
Tony Perman shares four key benefits and how, at best, ungrading helps create a classroom community that can take a ...
A short course at Portland State University empowers stakeholders to use data sources and consider equity in student success ...
The Yale Law School graduate has used sharp criticism of elite higher ed to help establish his MAGA bona fides and build a ...
The National Collegiate Athletic Association faced a major setback July 11 as a U.S. appeals court in Philadelphia ruled that college athletes whose efforts primarily benefit their schools may qualify ...
Bucks County commissioners voted to replace five members of the Board of Trustees at Bucks County Community College in Pennsylvania, noting concerns about the college’s finances, the Bucks County ...
The president of California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt, Tom Jackson Jr., has announced he will step down from his position in August and become a tenured faculty member.