This week's highlights.
A student newspaper in Maryland breaks a big story; a president in Ohio rejects students’ demands; and Trump tries to talk about the Bible with students in Virginia.
As a monthslong budget deadlock drags on, college officials say it’s only a matter of time before some institutions will have to restructure themselves — or close.
Several trustees, highly skeptical of a report that condemned top university officials for covering up Jerry Sandusky’s crimes, are at loggerheads with those who are ready to move on.
Institutions need to speak up about faculty members who violate misconduct policies and not pass problem employees along to other institutions, says Rep. Jackie Speier.
Athletic departments cover millions of dollars in scholarships for players, but set aside a tiny share of their revenue for academic programs.
A legal fight over workplace training has left thousands of students in limbo and could threaten the international appeal of American universities.
Naomi Zack says she’s embarrassed by the lack of minorities among senior faculty members at the University of Oregon.
The MOOC provider Udacity pledges that graduates of its four most marketable courses will earn a job in their field within six months of completing the program.
At the behest of Republican lawmakers, the state’s university system is studying a plan that would route applicants seen as less prepared to two-year institutions.