It 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.
President Eric Barron said Tuesday the school will hire a new coordinator and set up an office to address sexual misconduct and related issues.
New Jersey’s colleges and universities could have to place a link on their home pages showing sexual assault reports.
The most underrated college, according to Business Insider, is the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Did you huddle up with your “bae” during last year’s “Polar Vortex” and “curate” a really great list of life “hacks”?
A Philadelphia City Council member wants to coax local universities into adopting stricter standards on what constitutes a sexual assault.
A Philadelphia councilwoman wants the city’s colleges to adopt a “yes means yes” policy on sexual consent.
The Richard Stockton College is buying the former Showboat casino and plans to use it as a satellite campus.
It’s the first time an Ivy League school has ever made the magazine’s list, let alone snagged the top spot.
Think of a college campus – classrooms, libraries, faculty offices. No more! A college of the future being built now in New York is intended to change with the technological times.
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?
A women’s legal organization has filed discrimination complaints against nine universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
While students are still not permitted to bring their own dogs (with the exception of service animals), many are probably looking forward to seeing some furry and friendly — albeit slobbery — faces around campus.
Kimberly Wright Cassidy becomes the suburban Philadelphia college’s ninth president, effective immediately.
A proposed policy to allow weapons in limited areas of the 14-campus Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education needs more work and won’t go before the system’s board later this month, officials said Thursday.