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Love (Well, Sex) in the Time of Covid

This article is excerpted from a new Chronicle special report, “Reimagining the Student Experience,” available in the Chronicle Store.Ameya Okamoto will gladly admit...

Student Outcomes

This table shows the percentage of bachelor’s and two-year-degree seeking students graduating, transferring, still enrolled or no longer enrolled at more than 2,000...

Princeton Fires Classics Professor

Princeton University’s Board of Trustees voted on Monday to fire Joshua Katz, a classics professor, after an investigation found that he had “misrepresented...

How Purdue U.’s Income-Share Agreement Confused Students

A Purdue University financial-aid program that promised to reshape the way students paid for college has come under national scrutiny from some consumer...

Colleges Should Spend Covid-Relief Funds on Mental-Health Support, Education Department Says

On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Education urged colleges to use remaining grants from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund to support student,...

If ‘Roe’ Falls, More Female Students Could Face the ‘Motherhood Penalty’

With the Supreme Court poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, college students in large swaths of the country are likely to lose access...

An Aspiring Doctor Dreamed of Spelman. But Could She Afford to Go?

(This is the first in a series on college applicants and the circumstances that shaped their choices this spring.)Taylor Richardson wanted to go...

‘Uncharted Territory’: What the Overturn of Roe v. Wade Could Mean for Colleges

The news had been anticipated, but it was still jarring. The U.S. Supreme Court will vote to overturn Roe v. Wade, the almost...

Why Talk of Student-Debt Cancellation Is Creating Headaches for Colleges

After years stuck in limbo, the idea of widespread federal-student-loan cancellation has suddenly picked up momentum over the past week. But with the...

3 Things We Learned From the Latest Federal Employment and Enrollment Report

America’s colleges and universities last October enrolled the smallest share of graduating high-school seniors in over a decade.According to new estimates from the...

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