October 3, 2020
Consolidation expected after Covid-19 agency business slump
Consolidation expected after Covid-19 agency business slump
Education agencies whose business models depend on profit from commissions are under pressure, while stakeholders have indicated businesses may merge or collaborate more closely in the […]
September 30, 2020
House Democrats Debate Bill To Allow Student Loan Discharges In Bankruptcy
House Democrats Debate Bill To Allow Student Loan Discharges In Bankruptcy
House Democrats on Tuesday are marking up and debating a bill that would amend the U.S. bankruptcy code to permit student loans to be easily discharged in bankruptcy. […]
September 29, 2020
La Salle is cutting seven sports to better align with comparable athletic programs
La Salle is cutting seven sports to better align with comparable athletic programs
La Salle University announced Tuesday it is cutting seven sports at the end of the academic year, with 130 current students being impacted by the cuts. […]
September 29, 2020
Several universities investigated over Covid-19 disruption amid growing calls for refunds
Several universities investigated over Covid-19 disruption amid growing calls for refunds
Several universities are being investigated over concerns they are failing to provide a good quality education due to Covid-19, it emerged on Monday, as vice-chancellors were […]
September 28, 2020
‘University of California Admissions Disgrace’
‘University of California Admissions Disgrace’
The scandal involving admissions at the University of California has gotten worse since Tuesday, when the state auditor released a report that was harshly critical of UC — […]
September 27, 2020
Loyola Investigates “Toxic” Undergraduate Admission Office After Resignation of Associate Director
Loyola Investigates “Toxic” Undergraduate Admission Office After Resignation of Associate Director
Loyola’s Associate Director of Admission Marcus Mason accused the university’s admissions office of a “toxic atmosphere” and “inequitable and exclusionary treatment of staff” in his resignation letter Aug. […]
September 26, 2020
New Covid plan for England could confine university students to halls
New Covid plan for England could confine university students to halls
University students in England could be confined to their halls of residence and barred from going to their family homes in the event of local coronavirus […]
September 25, 2020
Coronavirus, Trump Chill International Enrollment at U.S. Colleges
Coronavirus, Trump Chill International Enrollment at U.S. Colleges
Chittawan Boonsitanon started junior year at Michigan State University last week from his home in Bangkok, 8,500 miles and half a world away. Boonsitanon said many […]
September 24, 2020
Colleges scrap spring break to limit coronavirus spread
Colleges scrap spring break to limit coronavirus spread
Dive Brief: As colleges look ahead to the spring term, several are announcing they intend to cancel spring break.  The decisions continue a trend of institutions […]
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