Colleges Tell Students To Leave Their Hoverboards At Home"It's clear that these things are potentially dangerous," said Len Dolan, managing director of fire safety at Kean University in Union, New Jersey.
Suicide Leading Cause Of Death Among College StudentsEducational institutions are mobilizing to address this growing crisis.
Tuition Breaks For Veterans Could Help CollegesCollege enrollment rates have been dropping but making it easier financially for veterans to attend college may help both the vets, and the schools.
High School Students Applying To More CollegesFor 10 of the past 15 years, 70% of US colleges reported year-to-year increases in applications.
Loopholes In College Recruitment PracticesThere are NCAA rules on recruiting. There are also loopholes that allow coaches to meet with potential recruits - at any age.
3 On Your Side: Colleges Looking At More Than Standardized Test Scores For AdmissionIt used to be that getting into a good college or university depended on how high you scored on a standardized test. But with an average graduation rate of about 59-percent at four year schools, administrators are starting to rethink the selection process. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan finds, many schools now want to know a whole lot more about applicants before asking them to attend.
Penn State President Endorses New Sexual Misconduct PoliciesPresident Eric Barron said Tuesday the school will hire a new coordinator and set up an office to address sexual misconduct and related issues.
NJ Senate Panel Passes College Sex Assault BillsNew Jersey's colleges and universities could have to place a link on their home pages showing sexual assault reports.
2 Philadelphia Area Schools Make List Of Most Underrated Colleges In The CountryThe most underrated college, according to Business Insider, is the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
College Releases Annual List Of 'Banished Words' Did you huddle up with your “bae” during last year’s “Polar Vortex” and “curate” a really great list of life “hacks”?
City Council Member Wants Local Universities To Adopt 'Yes Means Yes' PolicyA Philadelphia City Council member wants to coax local universities into adopting stricter standards on what constitutes a sexual assault.
Councilwoman: 'Yes Means Yes' For Philly CollegesA Philadelphia councilwoman wants the city's colleges to adopt a "yes means yes" policy on sexual consent.

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