A sorority at the University of Texas at San Antonio expelled one of its members for posting pro-Trump content on her TikTok.
When Clemson University announced its intention to go virtual, two incoming freshmen deferred their enrollment and instead embarked on a grand fishing trip across all 50 states.
Fraternities and sororities across the US have been cited for COVID-19 rule violations, such as exceeding limits for gatherings and failing to comply with social distancing.
St. Mary's College of Maryland unveiled a memorial to honor the enslaved people of southern Maryland who lived there between 1750 and 1815.
The Department of Homeland proposes establishing a fixed deadline on student visas, sparking worry for the international community within US higher education.
A student from Louisiana State University infected 169 school computers with malware and used them to mine cryptocurrency.
Harvard University students have called for a transparent vetting process before inviting officials associated with the Trump administration after their term expires.
In the wake of the coronavirus crisis, colleges and universities are scaling down budgets, programs, and even personnel.