The latest news on colleges
About 81 percent of entering freshmen are automatically admitted because of the top 10 percent law.
The university will continue to consider all SAT scores, not just the one an applicant selects.
Officials blame the weak economy and rising unemployment.
Student newspaper looks at prices of snacks on campus vs. the grocery store.
Michigan's admissions director tells students what they need to do to get into elite public colleges.
The move will save the school almost $2 million.
Department will hire a director of "student-athletes wellness" and has set up accountability teams.
Charges are related to alcohol-poisoning death of fraternity pledge in November.
They didn't belong to the real Jo Pa but instead to a statue that sits near Penn State's stadium.
Schools says losses closer to $14.5 million, not $110 million