Why the case of the University of Farmington isn’t really a critique of the student-visa system
Australian universities worked with the government to draft guidelines to deal with foreign interference. What could the U.S. learn?
A survey offers a view into what young people think about college.
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One of the students said she felt like she was “really in America” when she went through an active-shooter drill during orientation.
A university well-known for helping high-achieving minority students earn science, math, and engineering degrees is testing support for a broader range of students.
There’s not enough nuance in discussions about Chinese students and a tendency to see them as a monolith.
On their way out the door, here’s what student-athletes say about their experience.
Geopolitics are pervading college campuses like never before. Is that a bad thing?
About one in six U.S. adults went to college and left before earning a credential. New data details the paths they take and what might be able to help them finish.