A new program will partially reimburse tuition for future graduates -- depending on how long it takes them to secure employment.
Yale University Petition To Rename Calhoun College Joins Nationwide Pushback Against Confederate Symbols
Calhoun College, one of Yale's 12 residential schools, is named after 1804 alumnus John C. Calhoun — "one of the most prolific defenders of slavery in American history."
For-Profit Colleges' 90/10 Loophole Latest Target For Democrats With Military And Veterans Education Protection Act
This is the third time Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., has proposed the bill.
Trans Pacific Partnership: House Approves Fast Track Trade Bill In Close Vote; Headed To Senate Next
The measure, widely seen as essential to approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, now heads to the Senate.
A stairway leading up to Utah Valley University's new Student and Wellness Center includes three separate lanes for walking, running and texting.
He's already wooed some of the biggest advertisers and media companies. Where's Evan Spiegel off to now? Adweek reports.
“I’m going to just go ahead and say it ... the blacks are the ones causing the problems and this ‘racial tension,’" Karen Fitzgibbons wrote on Facebook.
Nobel laureate Tim Hunt's "the problem with girls" comments didn't go over well on Twitter.
Harvard has come under attack in court for allegedly limiting the number of Asian-Americans it admits. A Reuters examination reveals how the lawsuit brought in their name arose from a broader goal: upending a Supreme Court decision that has primarily helped blacks and Hispanics.
"The President did not state that the strong dollar was a problem," the U.S. official said.
The displaced students lack the necessary documents to be granted admission into government schools.
The billionaire points out in a blog post that college graduates earn more money and live healthier lives.
Barbara Byrd-Bennett resigned from her post as Chicago school chief during a federal probe of a $20.5 contract.
The IMF also said China still faced risks from unsustainable credit and investment growth.
Why Everyone From Bankers To Filmmakers Is Changing Careers And Learning To Code (Hint: It’s Where The Money Is)
Everyone from bankers to filmmakers wants to write code for the next Uber — but it’s not that easy.
The country has a strong economic relationship with China, but critics say Chinese in schools isn’t a good idea.
As Banks Face Historic Guilty Pleas Over Foreign Exchange Manipulation, Critics See Regulators Going Easy
Four major banks will reportedly enter historic guilty pleas. But when the Justice Department charges institutions, not individuals, paradoxes arise.
A university adviser told the student that waiting for another adviser to see him amounted to “harassment.”
But don't run out and convert your savings into cryptocurrency. The exchange is more interested in bitcoin's underlying ledger.
A judge said it's not up to the state to decide who is in the United States legally.
Campus Sexual Assault: 4,300 Sign University Of Miami Student Petition Calling For Alleged Rapist's Expulsion
University of Miami junior Angela Cameron wants the man she says assaulted her to be expelled.
St. George’s Day 2015: English National Day Prompts Cultural Tug Of War Amid Right-Wing Efforts To Make It A Bank Holiday
St. George’s Day has come to represent the jingoism of some English right-wing parties, and multiculturalists are fighting that.
The IMF has cautioned that the economic recovery remains "moderate and uneven," beset by greater uncertainty and many risks.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Edges Higher As General Electric Company (GE) Jumps 8% Following Restructuring Announcement
General Electric announced a major restructuring of its financial unit by exiting the financial services business.
“I feel we need to direct our resources first and foremost to the legal residents of Texas," state Sen. Donna Campbell said.
The implications of the noose incident at the university, where about 10 percent of undergraduates are black, are symptomatic of a bigger problem, leaders say.