Best Winter Break Destinations In The U.S.A look at five of America's best winter break destinations for college students
Survey: 1 In 4 College Women Report Unwanted Sexual ContactA quarter of undergraduate women surveyed at more than two dozen universities say they experienced unwanted sexual contact sometime during college, according to a report released Monday.
Gov. Abbott Dedicates Billions To Elevate Higher EducationThanks to a new law set to kick in on September 1, Texas Colleges and Universities will have an additional $4 billion to elevate their national standing in research.
Texas A&M Announces Land Deal For Expanded Student HousingThe Texas A&M University System has announced a public-private project for more student housing serving the flagship campus in College Station.
College Acceptance?... Not So FastTexas A&M Texarkana apologized Friday for what it called a technical error, that left some graduating seniors thinking they were accepted to the university, but actually were not.
North Texas H.S. Determined To Enroll Every Senior In CollegeThe senior class at Haltom High School is working on something no other senior class has done before, at this campus.
Estimated 100 Brains Missing From University Of TexasThe University of Texas at Austin is missing about 100 brains — about half of the specimens the university had in a collection of brains preserved in jars of formaldehyde.
How The Montgomery GI Bill Is Motivating Our ServicemembersFrom providing support for entrance exams to tuition for college courses, the Montgomery GI Bill provides education benefits for members of the military.
Texas Universities Seeking Billions For ConstructionSeveral Texas universities are seeking money from the Legislature to build and update facilities on their campuses.
Data Crunchers Help North Texans Choose A CollegeData crunchers hope to help North Texans choose a college.
Audit Proves UNT Manipulated Millions In Payroll CollectionsThe University of North Texas is facing a potentially big IOU from the State of Texas.
Dallas Part Of Push To Keep Incoming College Students On TrackSchool districts in Dallas, Chicago, Miami, Minnesota and West Virginia are among those using text messages to keep aspiring college students on track.