Under the law, parents of children over 18 don’t automatically have the right to review their medical records without a HIPAA release form.
In the country’s most prestigious colleges, first-gens – often from low-income homes – are speaking up about their unique needs and administrators are listening.
If you are looking either to hire a summer intern or to be one, this is what you need to know.
Deborah Diamond, President of Campus Philly, likens the week long event to an online matchmaking service of sorts.
The TUN Student Discounts app lets students find the closest student discounts around – whether they’re at home or on the road somewhere.
Campus Philly president Deborah Diamond says a lot of elements figure in to that decision — with job prospects, restaurants and nightlife, and public transportation the top three. But another factor really jumps out.
Many freshmen starting school this year say they have a plan to make sure they graduate before 2020.
Now that you’ve mortgaged your future to send your kid to college, what right do you have to see information about how she’s handling herself while she’s there? Not much.
Wearable tech is the new must-have, according to Best Buy blueshirt Matthew McLane.
The big legal issues the kids face on campus these days are drinking, hazing, and sexual assault, so you need to talk to your kids about them.
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.