Thousands Want SAT Rescored After Lower-Than-Normal ResultsThousands of students and parents in North Texas and across the country are demanding a rescore of the June SAT, saying the company that gave the test scored them unfairly.
Upward Bound: Turning Potential Into Progress For 50+ YearsTurning potential into progress. It's been the goal of the Upward Bound program for more than half a century, giving smart, first-generation students the support they need to not just dream about college -- but, to get there.
Colleges See Spike In White Supremacist PropagandaA Jewish civil rights group is reporting a sharp increase in propaganda campaigns by white supremacist groups on U.S. college campuses.
NFL Players Trade Helmets For Caps & Gowns During OffseasonSeveral NFL players earned college degrees during their offseason, taking advantage of a program negotiated in the CBA that provides tuition reimbursement for players seeking to continue their education.
Amid #MeToo, More Colleges Host Female Graduation SpeakersFor the first time in at least two decades, the majority of the nation's top colleges are featuring women as their spring commencement speakers.
College Newspapers Across US Campaign To Secure Their FutureCollege journalists are speaking up for themselves in a campaign to combat some of the same forces battering newspapers across the country.
Players Allege Weatherford College Coach's MisconductAfter nearly 20 years as a head basketball coach at Weatherford College, Mark Osina was celebrated this year for his 400th win.
Houston Teen Applied To The 20 Best Colleges & Got Full Ride To AllMicheal Brown stared at an acceptance letter. It said yes. So did every one after that. The teen applied to 20 of the best universities in the nation. He was admitted to every single one with a full ride.
McDonald's Expands Worker Tuition Benefits, Citing Tax LawMcDonald's is expanding its education benefits program, tripling the amount of money some workers can get each year to help pay for college or trade school tuition.
Kevin Durant Donates $3 Million To University Of TexasGolden State Warriors star Kevin Durant is donating $3 million to the University of Texas, where he won national player of the year honors in his lone season before turning pro.
Survey Finds That Most Large Public Colleges Don't Track SuicidesNearly half of the largest public universities do not track suicides among their students, despite making investments in prevention at a time of surging demand for mental health services.
Academia Faces Its Own Reckoning Over Harassment AllegationsAcademia - like Hollywood, the media and Congress - is facing its own #MeToo movement over allegations of sexual misconduct.