Colleges rush to protect immigrant students
Colleges and universities are on the front lines of the immigration battle in Washington, pushing the administration and Congress to preserve a program for young people illegally brought to the United States as children.
Commentary: Free community college a misguided promise
It appears the new thing in vogue is the idea that college should be free to everyone, writes an adjunct professor of political science at Middle Tennessee State University.
Most Texas community colleges won’t ban guns in classrooms with minors
Some people hoped that community colleges in the state would ban guns in any classroom that has students under 18. So far, that seems unlikely.
College Costs: Proposed state budget would freeze tuition, fees
Under the proposed budget of Ohio Gov. John Kasich, tuition and mandatory fees at Ohio’s public two-and-four-year colleges would remain frozen for two years, a move officials at Washington State Community College say they don’t support without an increase in state aid.