The audit found that regents engaged in "superficial review" of proposed tuition increases and a lack of transparency in the tuition recommendation process. On the Deseret News.
The federal judge's ruling will make it easier for students to gain loan forgiveness, though the details can be changed by the Department of Education and how it carries out the policy. On Inside Higher Ed.
Though they'll be conserved by the Hood Museum of Art, the Public Works murals were painted in 1939 and commemorate the history of the area. On Education Dive.
The burden of debt and a shifting society compared to higher ed's heyday in the 1950s means the previous social agreement over college needs to change. On Pacific Standard.
Restoring the statue to its pedestal is "inconceivable," James Moeser said in a recent interview. On the Daily Tar Heel.
University programs and events shape the student experience and define what is kosher to talk about on campus. On The New York Times.
Expecting investigators to immediately believe sexual harassment accusations has resulted in severe consequences for innocent college students. On National Review.
The grants will go to three organizations to train adults and other learners in retail programs and coding. On Retail Dive.
Partisan social justice courses routinely offer students class credit—and funded with public money. On Real Clear Education.
Roy Williams said he's never seen the corruption and relegating it to a small circle within college basketball. On CBS Sports.