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Carnegie Mellon Tells 800 Applicants They're In, Then OutBen Leibowitz called up relatives to tell them he got into Carnegie Mellon University's prestigious graduate computer science program. He even went out to dinner with his parents to celebrate.
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.
Richard Stockton College In New Jersey Upgrading To University StatusA New Jersey college is being upgraded to university status this week.
Dozens Fall Ill At Pa. UniversityMore than one hundred students at a Pennsylvania school have become ill.
Delaware Valley College Granted University StatusKYW's Dan Wing has more on what the change means for the school.
How The Montgomery GI Bill Is Motivating Our ServicemembersFrom providing support for entrance exams to tuition for college courses, the Montgomery GI Bill provides education benefits for members of the military.
Penn Course Requires Students 'Waste Time' Online To Earn College CreditAptly-named “Wasting time on the Internet,” the real-life course will be offered by the Ivy League school’s English department during the upcoming spring 2015 semester.
For College Students, Four Years Is No Longer The NormMany freshmen starting school this year say they have a plan to make sure they graduate before 2020.
Starbucks To Give Workers Shot At College DegreeThe coffee chain is partnering with Arizona State University to make an undergraduate degree available at a steep discount to 135,000 U.S. employees who work at least 20 hours a week.
Study: Graduating From A Top College Won't Make You Any Happier In Work Or LifeMore than 30,000 students nationwide were surveyed for the poll, which is set to be released annually for the next five years.
Princeton University Reopens 11 Buildings Following Gas LeakFive hundred people were evacuated in the immediate area of Princeton University due to a gas leak.
Penn State’s Costs Related To Sandusky Scandal Near $52 MillionPenn State’s costs related to the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal are nearing $52 million.