(BISMARCK, N.D.) — A North Dakota University System computer server that stores personal information on students, staff and faculty has been hacked, but nothing appears to have been compromised, Interim Chancellor Larry Skogen said Wednesday.
The security breach was discovered on Feb. 7, and the server was immediately locked down, …
The college entrance exam will undergo a radical rehaul in 2016
No points deducted for wrong answers, optional essay, computer testing, and 1,600 scores
(WASHINGTON) — The SAT college entrance exam taken last year by 1.6 million students is getting its first upgrade since 2005.
The nonprofit College Board has scheduled an announcement for Wednesday afternoon in Austin, Texas, to spell out the changes.
The changes will be rolled out in 2016.
(NEW HAVEN, Conn.) — Victims of asbestos poisoning in Italy, and some Yale University alumni and faculty, are urging the school to rescind an honorary degree given to a Swiss man later convicted over contamination in Italy.
Stephan Schmidheiny, former owner of Swiss construction company Eternit, was convicted in 2012 by an Italian …
Rachel Canning, 18, wanted $600 a month in support as well as tuition fees paid for her private schooling
Suspended for three days for having a ‘level 2 lookalike firearm’
(IOWA CITY, Iowa) — The Iowa Board of Regents met behind closed doors Friday afternoon to evaluate the performance of University of Iowa President Sally Mason, who has faced criticism over a remark she made about sexual assault.
Board President Pro Tem Katie Mulholland chastised Mason for her comment that ending sexual assault …
(WASHINGTON) — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says it has filed a lawsuit against a large for-profit college chain alleging that it pushed students into high-cost private student loans knowing they would likely end in default.
The bureau says Indiana-based ITT Educational Services projected a default rate of 64 percent on …
Kenneth Griffin, CEO of Citadel, donates $150 million
Threw food away when kids had negative account balances
Students group argues tenure is unconstitutional, violates equal access to education
Schools are increasingly making students sit for one last exam before they get that diploma