In their quest to feel high and relax, college students who use marijuana may be setting themselves back, research consistently shows.
An expert on ‘college knowledge’ suggests strategies to boost your chances of getting into your dream school.
Students who come from families that are more well-off financially have an advantage in their quest to become a college athlete, researchers have found.
Women college athletes face far more limited career prospects than men. The NCAA’s new endorsement rules may help level the playing field when it comes to making money from their athletic ability.
When colleges and universities provide better funding for Ph.D. students, more students –especially students of color – apply.
A sports management scholar weighs in on whether college athletes can appear in their school’s swag while promoting various products.
Colleges and universities are using therapy dogs as a low-cost way to improve their students’ mental health.
A school finance expert and an education law scholar make the case for why reparations should be paid to African Americans by changing the way schools are funded.
As schools and colleges confront the challenges of COVID-19, cybercriminals exploit weaknesses in the computer networks and online systems.
Public outcry against standardized testing, along with adjustments required by COVID-19, have led to a new generation of academic tests.
As federal student loan debt continues to rise, a number of scholars discuss how debt affects the nation’s college students, graduates and the economy as a whole.
While China has taken steps to rein in the playing of video games among students during the school week, a U.S. scholar makes the case for why the games should be featured more prominently in school.
NBA star LaMelo Ball told GQ magazine that star athletes who want to play in the NBA ‘don’t need school.’ Was he right or wrong? And why?
Congress first imposed a lifetime ban on discharging student loans through bankruptcy in 1998. Two scholars explain how that could change under a proposed law.
New research shines the light on how colleges can inflate living expense estimates to offer bigger stipends to student-athletes.
Colleges and universities are using federal money to clear their students’ debt. An economist explains who will benefit from this move.
As college students seek reform of campus police, a scholar outlines five issues that warrant the most attention.
Headed off to college? A librarian shares four tips for college students ready to hit the books.
With Congress designating Aug. 11, 2021, as Hip-Hop Celebration Day, a scholar and performer of the art form makes the case for hip-hop to become more prominent in American academe.
The Common Application now lets students indicate their gender identities and pronouns when applying to college. But is that enough to make trans students feel welcome? A scholar weighs in.