In the latest push to privatize public education, regents at the University of California have raised tuition by 32 percent.
The country's oldest student association has its eyes on the prize--student aid reform.
Phoenix has allegedly broken the law by tying recruiters' pay to enrollment numbers, creating pressure to sign up unqualified students.
A monthlong investigation finds plenty of fire to go with the smoke surrounding the university's incredibly vague conflict-of-interest policies.
Shrouded in secrecy, "intelligence officer training" conflicts with universities' commitment to openness and free inquiry.
Governor Schwarzenegger's proposed budget cuts would be an unmitigated disaster for California's public universities.
In a slipping economy, the debt burden for students is crippling. Obama's modest but elegant plan is a step in the right direction.
As the cost of college hits the stratosphere, students are organizing to bring it down to earth.
As university budgets dwindle, adjunct professors around the country are looking to unionize in a desperate effort to protect their jobs.
The credit crunch is hitting students hard, but is government aid going to shareholders and CEOs instead of the borrowers who need it most?