The University of Southern California took steps to terminate Carmen Puliafito, a former dean, following an investigation by the Los Angeles Times alleging the doctor had a secret life fueled by illegal drug use.
Major organizations voice concerns about Homeland Security proposal.
A former student at Catholic University has filed a lawsuit claiming school officials were biased against him when considering an accusation of sexual assault because he is male.
Grant Neal's lawsuit involved his multiyear suspension for allegations of sexual assault that he denies.
The effort brought leaders together to talk about “inclusive practices and policies and share best practices for expanding equality” on college campuses.
The former undersecretary of education under Barack Obama is taking the helm at the American Council on Education, an organization that was sometimes at odds with policies championed by the Obama administration.
After the public flagship asks for more information about the venue and security for a proposed speech by columnist Ben Shapiro, controversy flares: Conservative speaker blocked or media stunt?
Appropriations bill rejects several higher education cuts proposed by President Trump, but upholds plans to pull billions of dollars out of the Pell Grant program for needy college students.
Xiyue Wang's wife said her husband was in Iran as a scholar of Eurasian history.
One of the nine companies that manages the federal government's $1.2 trillion portfolio of education loans is fighting to stop the Education Department from handing the job to a single contractor.
Tired of cloying tributes marking the bicentennial of Jane Austen's death, an English professor writes a satirical take on the author.
After reading an opinion piece written by a Duke University student about her education in South Carolina public schools, Rep. James E. Clyburn responded with a call for change.
The head of a higher education foundation writes that the image of angry protests or keg-tapping Animal House denizens doesn’t accurately describe today's college population.
An internal Columbia investigation found Paul Nungesser not responsible for sexual misconduct claimed by a student whose senior visual arts thesis project, "Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight)," earned her widespread attention.
Police are investigating the death of Abigail Bastien, a student from Ohio. They have not determined the cause of death
The political commentator will visit a campus that is the epicenter of leftist protests and riots.
At preliminary hearings, defense lawyers questioned the role of Penn State's assistant athletics director, who was living in the fraternity house at the time that Timothy Piazza died
Money magazine's list uses fresh data on colleges and economic mobility.
A doctor writes that efforts to prevent opioid overdose deaths by getting naloxone onto college campuses are well-intentioned but could be far more effective if the drug were distributed more directly
A survey of U.S. colleges in May found that despite shifting national policy, interest from international undergraduate students has held steady compared to last year.
State attorneys general say DeVos violated federal law by halting updates to a regulation known as the borrower defense to repayment.
A student at Duke University writes about the shock she felt when she realized her high school education hadn't prepared her for the demands and expectations of a top-tier college.
The settlement resolves allegations that the company deceived investors about high rates of late payments and defaults on student loans backed by the firm.
A lecturer in marketing at the University of Richmond writes about his first experience teaching an online class, and the unexpected intensity of student participation.
Judge Aaron Persky, facing a recall election, has said that his two-decade career does not come down to a single, controversial case.
Sometimes it's worth taking a closer look at the far left.
Ohio Wesleyan University is trying new majors, sports teams and recruiting efforts. Others around the country are scrambling for more students.
Plans for the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute were announced earlier this month.
University officials respond to the Supreme Court's ruling on the travel ban with some relief — and some lingering concern.
The private university advised people on its Greenspring campus to shelter in place Monday morning as police investigated a report of an armed person.
We need more full-time instructors, tougher courses and more flexibility on the path to a bachelor's degree.
The University of Virginia student died this week after 17 months in detention in North Korea.
A new report from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau details consumer complaints flawed payment processing, botched paperwork and inaccurate information from FedLoan Servicing.
Hartford police are investigating. They say there is “no immediate danger to students or staff."
Arthur Wayne Johnson is in line to lead the Office of Federal Student Aid. The post came open after an Obama-era official abruptly resigned.
President Trump said that if Otto Warmbier had been taken out of North Korea sooner, the outcome would have been very different.
The Florida university system board member apologized for his remarks, which drew criticism from Gov. Rick Scott.
“It’s tragic what is happening at so many American universities,” said Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.). “Where college administrators and faculties have become complicit in functioning essentially as speech police.”
Warmbier, a University of Virginia student, returned from North Korea last week in a coma. Sen. John McCain and other leaders called his death "murder" and said North Korea must be held accountable
A lawsuit filed Monday alleges that San Francisco State University violated Jewish students' right to free speech and ignored complaints of discrimination on campus.
Maya Rogers is working toward a career in music therapy.
There are growing divides among the nation's colleges. Will lawmakers find solutions?
In Wyoming, Ohio, people show support for a local family in international headlines.
Doctors discussed what they know about the condition of a University of Virginia student who was detained in North Korea for nearly a year and a half before he was medically evacuated to the United States this week.
University of Virginia student is hospitalized in Ohio after being imprisoned nearly a year and a half
Faust announced the decision on Wednesday in a message to the campus community.
As Timothy Piazza lay dying, prosecutors said, his would-be frat brothers deleted text messages and debated scrubbing video surveillance footage.
After several Arab nations cut ties with Qatar, U.S. universities in Doha are monitoring the situation closely and continuing normal operations
The University of Virginia confronts its history, and the legacy of its founder, Thomas Jefferson, with a planned memorial. The move comes at a time of racial tension in Charlottesville.