While other colleges acted to get funds to students, Arizona State University is saving its more than $30 million for the coming months. Some struggling students say they were left to fend for th...
Tax documents show that the conservative student group gave its high-profile leader a raise of nearly $200,000 last year after more than doubling its income, to $28.5 million.
If your institution has a critical leadership position open, your best chance of attracting top candidates might be while other campuses have suspended all hiring amid Covid-19.
Some colleges are amending contracts so they wonât have to reimburse fees if Covid-19 returns with a vengeance.
Many counties where community spread of Covid-19 has run rampant are home to flagships, community colleges, and religious institutions, among others.
Many campuses that plan to return to in-person instruction this fall will do so with a mask-wearing mandate in place. But for some people with disabilities, that presents problems.
Scholars of American policing and criminal justice are considering how best to meet this moment, now that the radical notion of abolishing the police has entered the mainstream.
As more colleges move to a form of teaching in which some students are in the classroom and others attend remotely, instructors wonder how itâs possible to engage everyone.
Itâs time to approach online teaching, not from a deficit mentality, but from an openness to its potential.
A federal loan program was meant to keep businesses and workers afloat during the pandemic. Some colleges are using the money as they prepare to shutter their campuses.
Student buy-in is crucial for social-distancing policies to work, experts say. So the University of Michigan opened the floor for a campuswide innovation challenge.
At some institutions, international enrollment accounts for more than 70 percent of the student body.
I knew Kappa Alpha had direct ties to the Confederacy and the âLost Causeâ social movement. I wasnât going to apologize for saying so.
A lawsuit suggests the policyâs intended goal âis to create as much chaos for universities and international students as possible.â
Fixing academeâs race and class inequality must be at the top of the list.
The lawsuit seeks a temporary restraining order that would keep the controversial federal guidance from taking effect.
As William Gibson said about this very blog, “History can save your ass.”
Three institutions are coming together to keep a fourth going before itâs too late.
The new leader will take the helm as the 10-campus system responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
The fall is weeks away, and Covid-19 is surging. The Chronicle is tracking developments across higher ed here. Read on for daily live updates and information.