Amid the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., a number of colleges and universities have cancelled in-person classes.
In this installment of the "College Credit" series, Stassi Schroeder shares how a death caused her to transfer schools, forcing her to get out of her comfort zone.
In this installment of "College Credit," Schuster encourages college students to learn from her experience and find a healthy balance between having fun and taking themselves seriously.
The shooting occurred at a freshman residence hall, and classes were canceled for the remainder of the day.
In sentencing memorandums, both sides argued what people implicated in the case thought there being no classes meant.
Students who wanted to travel to other areas of the country had to show they were prepared to shelter in place in case China imposed travel restrictions.
In this installment of the "College Credit" series, Holcomb tells Newsweek how his American Revolution professor taught him to become a better songwriter.
Shahab Dehghani's attorney told Newsweek he had a valid F-1 student visa at the time of his deportation.
For one student, the past two weeks have been the worst of his entire life, but he still has hope for the future.
Critics argue DeVos is choosing schools over students, DeVos says her regulations create a fair process for victims and taxpayers.
Birighitti went missing on January 2, 2020 after his body was swept to sea. A body discovered this week has been identified as the 21-year-old college soccer player.
The post was contrary to the school's culture and values.
Critics claimed it could have a "chilling effect" on student's confiding in employees they trust.
Receiving federal financial aid requires eligible men to register with the Selective Service System.
While some parents will try to put the admission scandal behind them after 2019, others may be gearing up for a trial.
It was the first claim of its kind to be filed since the president signed the executive order.
Although the behavior wasn't seen as an effort to promote racist ideology, West Point said it was "disappointed" in the cadets actions
Army and Navy have faced off on the gridiron a total of 119 times, making the game one of the longest played rivalries in college football.
The City of Brotherly Love is about halfway between the two schools, making it a logical choice for a neutral location.
CBS will broadcast a free live stream of the game on its mobile application and website.
A polarizing move, supporters championed it as providing necessary protection to Jewish students while detractors claimed it squelched criticism of Israel and violated First Amendment rights.
DeVos stood by her methodology of forgiving student loans, as Democrats claimed it showed she ignored experts' recommendations.
One of the bill's co-sponsors claimed she tried to appeal to DeVos before filing the bill.
Karen Littlefair quickly agreed to plead guilty to paying to have someone take online courses for her son.
The professors claimed in their letter the tenure decision told the academic community they consider some areas of study more valuable than others.
Despite criticism, ICE maintained that undercover investigations such as the fake university help protect the immigration system's integrity.
The school is reportedly facing criticism from both students and members of the community for its lack of resources to students seeking help with their mental health.
If a move isn't possible, students want a placard added to add context, a move the Georgia Young Republicans supported.
A recent report found colleges were moving away from "clearly unconstitutional" free speech policies, but vague rules still create a "chilling effect" on expression.
The senators credited the solution with being a win for everyone involved.