The lawsuit brought by former dean Moshe Porat alleges university of falsely implicating him in the U.S. News & World Report ranking scandal.
A Quinnipiac poll found that 52 percent of voters oppose making public colleges in the U.S. free, especially if a new tax on wealthy individuals funds them
The bill, moved by state Rep. Briscoe Cain, was passed by the Texas House of Representatives on Monday to protect campus free speech
Three students have filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction against an event on May 4 which they have classified as "anti-Semitic and anti-Israel"
Students, administrators respond to new policy change that requires victims of sexual misconduct to attend a live hearing with their alleged attacker
A U. Kansas student has found that unaffordable admission processes and confusion surrounding financial aid act as various barriers for black students
The institutions have launched an action collaborative to conduct research and come up with new strategies to reduce and prevent sexual harassment
DeVos admitted that she knew about a study that showed a negative impact on transgender youths when she rolled back Obama-era protections for them
The Restoring Education and Learning Act, introduced by Senators Schatz, Lee and Durbin, aims to restore Pell Grant eligibility for incarcerated individuals
The university’s School of Medicine has entered into an agreement with the Department of Education promising not to use race as a factor in admissions decisions