Scam callers posing as federal employees have been targeting international students and extorting money from them, often threatening arrest and deportation
The parents of Collin Wiant, who died while pledging a fraternity in 2018, have filed a lawsuit against members of Sigma Pi Epsilon for wrongful death
The report found that the number of college students graduating with prior academic credentials increased by 4.4 percent during the 2017-18 calendar year
The university anticipates spending $1 million annually on two new pilot grants that will help students cover the cost of a computer, books, clothing and housing supplies.
Scholarship America has announced a new need-based scholarship program for Iowa students enrolling in undergraduate and graduate programs
Professor G.G. Weix has been accused of harassing a student based on her advocating for free market ideals and limited government intervention
A new survey found that 51 percent of teens want the government and lenders to waive the current $1.5 trillion debt held by student borrowers.
Connor Hendry has been accused of raping a fellow student in a campus dorm in April 2018. He was indicted last month and charged with five felonies.
Doctoral student Amit Lal has sued the school and ex-librarian Craig Hawbaker over sexual harassment and abuse, taking place from 2013 to 2017.
The website will grant $3,000 in scholarships to two female students studying business and finance to ease their financial burdens.