Wright State University faculty members have voted to go on strike starting January 22 if changes are not made to their new labor contract.
Out of 5,100 surveyed graduates, only 9 percent found their school's alumni network "helpful or very helpful" in securing a job after graduation.
The university will offer $50,000 in scholarships to incentivize busy adults to pursue a degree in the new year.
The AM-1220 WQUN radio station will close on June 30, 2019, due to a decline in student enrollment in radio courses.
The cheerleading team has been suspended indefinitely and an investigation has been launched into the conduct of its members.
Career Education Corp. (CEC) has entered in a settlement with 49 attorneys general to forgo the collection of $493.7 million in debt owed by 179,529 students.
The OSHA Training Institute Education Center will utilize the grant to facilitate a three-week training for workers involved in hurricane recovery activities in Guam.
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has issued show cause to 11 of the University of Puerto Rico’s Institutions over non-submission of audited financial statements.
According to the HigherEdJobs website, despite an increase in overall job postings, the higher education job market grew at a slower pace during the second quarter of 2018 compared to 2017
The Office of Student Academic Success (OSAS) will aim to improve graduation and retention rates, reduce student debt and increase education affordability.