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Enrolling Diverse Students When Race Is Off the Table

In the two and a half decades since California banned race-conscious admissions, the University of California system has spent more than a half-billion...

Bursting at the Seams and Battling in Court, Berkeley Faces an ‘Urgent and Real’ Student-Housing Crisis

Cyn Gómez understands, from personal experience, how badly the University of California at Berkeley needs to expand its student housing. Desperate for an...

Students Are Struggling With Basic Needs. So Colleges Are Tapping ‘Benefits Navigators.’

The three students at Oregon Coast Community College needed help. To finish their degrees, they had to complete an internship this past spring,...

Should Governing Boards Have More Say Over Athletic Decisions?

When the University of California at Los Angeles announced in late June that it would move from the Pac-12 athletic conference to the...

Professors, It’s Time to ‘Rate Your Campus Admin’

Peruse RateYourCampusAdmin.com, and it’s not totally clear whether the website is supposed to be funny or serious.“You will have the power to evaluate...

Open-Access Publishing Expands at U. of California

In another victory for the open-access movement, the University of California system and Springer Nature have signed an agreement that will allow scholars...

New Laws May Soon Require Some Public Universities to Offer Abortion Pills

Within the next two months, Massachusetts lawmakers are likely to vote on a bill that, if passed, would require the state’s public universities...

Native American Students Can Now Attend U. of California Tuition-Free

Native American students who are California residents will no longer have to pay tuition or fees at one of the nation’s largest public-university...

2 Universities Tried to Stop ‘Passing the Harasser.’ Here’s What They’ve Learned.

A few years ago, a campus lawyer at the University of California at Davis came to Binnie Singh with a question. A college...

One of Higher Ed’s Hardest Jobs Is Getting Tougher. Blame Political Interference.

If there’s a new “hot seat” in higher-education administration, it might burn hottest at the top. The job of public-college system head has...

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