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At a time when mergers might help more institutions survive, new rules from the Education Department—aimed at protecting students and taxpayers—might result in more college closures instead.
The University of Chicago settled a federal antitrust lawsuit over financial aid. What does that mean for the 16 remaining defendants in the class action case?
Biden administration says Baptist is exempt from addressing sexual harassment claims involving students LGBTQ+ students, if it can show conflict with its religious tenets.
Historically Black land-grant universities have been underfunded for years, but advocates and administrators say Congress could use the farm bill to change that.
A survey by New America shows Americans aren’t convinced of the return on investment of a college degree.
A new paper says community college enrollments fall in response to state-level minimum wage increases, but degree completion rates largely stay the same.