American University has established Sine Institute of Policy and Politics to study and research policy solutions to the country’s most pressing challenges.
According to an annual survey of college curricula by American Council of Trustees and Alumni, a wide disparity exists in the academic standards across the U.S.
American Civil Liberties Union has shot a letter to Colorado State University seeking amendments to campus police training requirements and policies.
Seattle University is divesting its $230 million endowments from fossil fuel reserve owing companies to address the climate change crisis.
A federal judge ruled against the Education Department for “unlawfully” delaying Borrower Defense Regulations protecting student loan borrowers from deceptive practices of colleges.
To fight racism and its effects on healthcare professionals, the University of Minnesota has developed an anti-racism curriculum for its first-year medical school students.
Washington University in St. Louis announced steps to make Title IX process smoother in response to sexual assault and misconduct on campuses.
The new rules proposed by the Education Department will strengthen the rights of the accused, compared to the Obama era guidelines which fortified the rights of abuse victims.
The $63 million assistance will aid the 47 institutions recovering from the damage done by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria or the 2017 California wildfires.
Seth Frotman, a student loan ombudsman, alleged Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Mick Mulvaney of serving business interests instead of the consumers.