Chronicle of Higher Education
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A business called American Honors once sought to improve transfer opportunities for community-college students. A new analysis explains how those efforts went awry.
The private institutions, in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic regions, have rarely, if ever, had to worry about filling their classes.
William T. Harbaugh recently made a public bid to be provost of the University of Oregon, where for over a decade heâs advocated for more transparency by keeping a meticulous record of every controversy.
An authorâs book, and his life, model how to convey kindness, care, and concern to college students.
Authors of a new book argue that too many students attend financially struggling colleges that are barely equipped to serve them well.
Among the topics of the latest books are undergraduate research in the first two years of college and adapting high-impact learning practices to online education.
The billionaire Robert Smith makes a stunning announcement at Morehouse College.
Staff members knew of Richard H. Straussâs misconduct as early as 1979, a report concludes, but he went undisciplined for 17 years.
A new study aimed to find out. Tailgating bans? Yeah. Keg registration? Not so much.
The story of a rogue fraternity and the university that couldnât â or wouldnât â rein it in.
Every year, universities that confer degrees in Latin rely on scholars to ensure their translations arenât a train wreck. Itâs a taller order that you might think.
USC Paid Former Medical-School Dean, Accused of Drug-Fueled Double Life, Nearly $1 Million in Severance
The saga of Carmen Puliafito at the University of Southern California is just one of dozens of scandals in recent years that have cost colleges plenty.
The city created a voluntary program to collect revenue from its largest tax-exempt institutions, like Harvard and Boston Universities. But as contributions fall off, activists demand that the city get tougher.
Dozens of colleges are using a new tool that measures studentsâ socioeconomic disadvantages. Itâs an attempt to quantify the challenges many applicants encounter.
Under an agreement between the State System of Higher Education and its faculty union, nearly 1,000 full-time faculty members would qualify for âphasedâ retirement this fall.
The plaintiff is Students for Fair Admissions, the same group that has also sued Harvard and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Jeffrey A. Sachs, a lecturer in politics at Canadaâs Acadia University, believes that an overblown fear is gripping administrators and commentators.
Seamus Carey will step down as chief ofÂ Transylvania University to lead Iona. UCLA's next chief academic officer is a dean at Princeton University.
The need for college degrees, says its new commission, is matched by the skepticism about whether theyâre worth the cost.
Alabama Just Touched Off a Nationwide Fight Over Abortion. Student Activists Are Headed to the Front Lines.
The governor signed into law the countryâs most restrictive abortion ban on Wednesday, spurring many students in the state to keep fighting for reproductive-health rights.