Nearly one-third (28 percent) of all the students enrolled in the US colleges and universities in 2018 were from immigrant families, according to a new analysis.
Five tenured professors have filed a lawsuit against Rutgers University for paying them less than their male counterparts.
Saint Augustine’s University President Irving McPhail died from COVID-19. McPhail is one of the most prominent higher education leaders to have fallen victim to the virus.
College students, considered "digital natives," fail to discern facts from satire and propaganda, a study by Stanford University has found.
The return of college students to campus has caused a 9 percent surge in COVID-19 infections in US college counties, a University of Georgia study found.
The pandemic has caused universities across the US to cancel or postpone sports seasons, forcing college athletes aspiring to compete in the Olympics to reconsider their dreams.
After an outbreak where more than 700 students tested positive for COVID-19, SUNYt Oneonta President Barbara Jean Morris resigned.
Freshmen enrollment at US colleges and universities has plummeted by more than 16 percent from last year.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association petitioned the US Supreme Court to avoid having to give players more than their current compensation.
Brigham Young University-Idaho has warned its students against “intentionally” exposing themselves to COVID-19 so that they could sell their plasma for a few hundred bucks.