Educational institutions are mobilizing to address this growing crisis.
You pay tuition, how much recourse do you have if you get a bad grade?
What is the difference between a for profit college and a non-profit college and how do you know which one it is?
This week’s standout podcasts include an episode of the Security Brief that examines the issue of college hazing and an installment of the Wavemaker Conversations that takes a lot hazing within the Greek system.
The board that oversees Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities is endorsing a tuition freeze sought by Gov. Tom Wolf.
New Jersey’s colleges and universities could have to place a link on their home pages showing sexual assault reports.
Council President Pitches “Super” Idea To Get Universities To Offer More Support To Cash-Strapped Schools
Council President Darrell Clarke is pitching what he thinks is a super idea, getting local universities to offer more support to cash-starved public schools. Clarke, in fact, has named the program “SUPER.”
The Chronicle of Higher Education reports Penn’s Amy Gutmann made $2.5 million in 2012, ranking her fourth behind counterparts at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Quinnipiac and Columbia.
Penn State is planning to auction off some of its patents online.
That’s the takeaway from a new report published by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni.
The nation’s most beautiful college campuses have been revealed, and three area universities managed to make the cut.
It’s the first time an Ivy League school has ever made the magazine’s list, let alone snagged the top spot.
For some students, college is as much about partying as it is about studying.
To determine whether a student poses a direct threat and meets eligibility requirements, a University must perform a five-step legal analysis.
Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities adopted a policy Tuesday that is designed to protect the safety of children on campus.