The latest news on colleges
Wisconsin and Arizona State administrators join growing list of school leaders who are giving back in tough times.
Opinion piece said legalizing gay marriage could lead to legalizing polygamy and bestiality.
Police suspect a flammable liquid was used to ignite vehicles in parking lot behind fraternity.
Path to board of regents was hardly straight.
It made her the university's top-paid administrator at the time.
Complaints include moldy showers and nonfunctioning toilets but also question school's $27 million debt.
Hint: It sure isn't Pennsylvania! What percentage of your income can you spend on your kid's college?
A late job interview start date combined with an economic downturn has meant fewer offers.
Two new reports show that fewer Americans are enrolling in colleges, which are increasingly costly.
California, the only state that passed in the study, scraped by with a C minus.