Texas Colleges Begin Process To Implement Campus Carry LawPublic colleges and universities across the state of Texas are preparing for the Campus Carry Law that takes effect August 1.
Malia Obama To Enter Harvard In 2017 After Taking Gap YearA year off between high school and college is becoming a popular choice for U.S. students and it has caught the eye of President Barack Obama's daughter, Malia. The White House says the high school senior will enter Harvard in 2017.
UT Chancellor Writes GOP Leaders To Oppose 'Campus Carry'The new chancellor of the University of Texas System is telling Governor Greg Abbott and other top Republicans that concealed handguns at colleges will make campus less safe.
White House Campaign Focuses On College Campus Sexual AssaultsFriday the White House lunched the “It’s On Us” campaign, aimed at changing the statistic that one in five women will experience an assault while on campus at the country's colleges and universities.
Report Documents Nationwide Lack Of University Rape InvestigatingIt's a first of its kind study involving sexual assault cases at colleges and universities. The report found that more than 40-percent of schools have not conducted a single sexual assault investigation in the past five years.
Lawmakers Try To Save Student Loan DealA handful of senators struggled Thursday to hold together a bipartisan deal to keep student loan rates from doubling on July 1 while their colleagues traded political barbs with little more than a week to go before the deadline.
High Court Looks At Race In College Admissions Nine years after the Supreme Court said colleges and universities can use race in their quest for diverse student bodies, the justices have put the issue back on their agenda. The justices will be looking at the University of Texas program.
College Planner Offers Advice To Get The Most Financial Aid"They punish, they absolutely punish -- the financial aid system -- absolutely punishes single parents," said Kevin Campbell of College Plannin Authority in Fort Worth.
New School Meningitis Vaccine Law Leads To ShortagesSenate Bill 1107 went into effective January 1, 2012 and requires all new, transfer and returning college students, under the age of 30, to have documentation proving they’ve received the bacterial meningitis vaccination.
College-Bound Students Deal With Shrinking State DollarsSome Texas college students could find themselves looking for new ways to pay for their education. According to education officials, the state has less money to use for financial aid.
Texas School Among Priciest On College Cost Comparison ListThe federal agency released its College Affordability and Transparency lists on Thursday. The online lists track tuition costs among the top and bottom 5 percent of four-year and two-year schools.
Teacher Layoffs Forcing Dallas College To Drop Education ClassesThe massive layoffs that are taking place within many public schools districts across the state are having an impact on colleges.