The danger in the overestimation is that a student’s perception of his or her campus drinking norm is the strongest predictor of his or her personal alcohol consumption.
To determine whether a student poses a direct threat and meets eligibility requirements, a University must perform a five-step legal analysis.
We know that colleges have the upper hand when choosing to accept students. But what legal obligation does a student have to a college once he accepts an offer?
At MyUTMartinParent Portal, parents can see what courses their offspring are taking, if they’re missing classes, and midterm and final grades.
CBS News reported that researchers at the University of California, Berkeley found that preschool-age children were better at figuring out the proper way to use technological gadgets than college students.
A recent trip by Clark University students to Guatemala represents two new thrusts in college education – entrepreneurism and experiential learning.
Kevin Williams, director of residence life at Temple University, says not all of the dorms are closing during the break. But for those that do, some students who live in those dorms may have nowhere else to go.
The US is the world’s top destination for international students with a record number of 819,644 studying here in 2012-2013.
Most college students admit to texting and driving and many check their smartphones more than 10 times a day, while in class.
A new study suggests students who know alcohol and driving don’t mix are less likely to use good judgment once they’re drunk.
A new analysis of online takeout orders indicates the pickiest eaters in the nation are college students from Philadelphia.
The director of student health at the University of Delaware is trying something new with physicians on campus.
As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us, a deadline missed by Congress has some students worried.
Millions of college students paying their way though school could see up to $4,600 tacked on to their debt if nothing changes.
With more than 40 percent of college graduates taking jobs that require no degree, education experts weigh in on the challenges students face in choosing a major, or two.