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.
As the federal government shutdown drags on, U.S. universities are beginning to feel its effects as federally-funded research projects cannot be completed
In an email sent out on Monday, the university issued a travel advisory and safety recommendations for students studying abroad in China
Michigan State University's Nurse Examiner program will offer first-response medical care to sexual assault survivors on campus.
Along with paying the settled upon amount, the university has also agreed to amend its computer usage and cyber bullying policies
Professor Evangeline Heiliger has sued Wichita State University for rescinding a job offer after she informed university officials she was pregnant.
Six current and former employees are suing former president Herbert Swender over retaliation and for violating various constitutional rights.
American University will lead the new Public Affairs Diversity Alliance, established to encourage, train and mentor diverse public affairs and policy scholars.
Months after seven college students sued Dartmouth for sexual harassment, the college is making policy changes to eliminate sexual harassment and abuse on its campus.
Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry has put its weight behind the bill which lowers the tuition fee for DACA students studying in Arizona public institutions.