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What Is Happening in Florida?

It’s been a dizzying month for higher ed in the Sunshine State.Since the New Year, ahead of the Florida legislature’s next session, Gov....

A College Hopes Its Home-Buying Program Will Attract Employees

Colleges are facing challenges recruiting and retaining top talent in a pandemic-fueled employees’ market. But Virginia State University this month introduced a new...

After Mysterious Suspension of Award-Winning UCLA Prof, Scientists Fight Back

More than 300 academic scientists from around the world are fighting a decision by the University of California at Los Angeles to suspend...

As Students’ Mental-Health Concerns Grow, One University’s Professors Say They Should Get a Raise

University of Illinois at Chicago faculty say they deserve to be paid more, partly because students’ mental-health needs in recent years have become...

How Diverse Are College Staff Members?

Statistical snapshots of the percentage of minority noninstructional employees, by job...

Staffing Woes Continue at Community Colleges, Stalling Their Pandemic Recovery

Community colleges are still struggling to recover from the “Great Resignation” that hit higher ed during the pandemic — with persistent staffing shortages...

Which College Groups Have the Highest Enrollment?

Statistical snapshots of college enrollment by Carnegie classification for doctoral universities, master’s colleges and universities, baccalaureate colleges and baccalaureate/associate colleges. ...

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