Historically black colleges and universities are developing new pathways for formerly incarcerated people to earn a degree and transition
Some historically Black colleges and universities have seen increases in application and enrollment numbers after years of decline.
A new poll on adults' perceptions of higher education shows a sharp partisan divide and a decline in the share of Americans who think colleges and universities have a positive impact on the nation.
Texas State University professor Louie Dean Valencia spoke with NPR about the creation and aims of the class, which is capped at 20 students. He's one of many who hopes it will eventually reach more.
The Georgia Board of Regents, which oversees the state’s public universities, is set to consider a rule change at Tuesday’s meeting to reduce the role of faculty members in selecting university presidents.
The program applies to undergraduate and graduate students who are members of federally recognized Native American, American Indian and Alaska Native tribes and will begin in the fall.
Nick Meriwether, a philosophy professor at Shawnee State University, sued the college in 2018 after he was disciplined for not using she/her pronouns to refer to a transgender student.
A Georgia lawmaker’s proposal to prohibit the teaching of “divisive concepts” in public schools will no longer force colleges and universities to comply.
Former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and two-term Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue Tuesday was officially tapped to be the next leader of the University System of Georgia’s 26 public colleges and universities.
A bill filed last year by Fayetteville Republican Josh Bonner to open up campuses to free speech is getting a new push in the Gold Dome.
The bill defines hazing as an intentional or reckless act performed by students against students, regardless of willingness to participate, committed in connection with membership in an organization at a higher educational institution.
Immigration rights activists are hoping a proposed law that would allow Georgia’s so-called Dreamers — recipients of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — to pay tuition rates more in line with other Georgia students will get a second look from the legislature in 2022.
College professors across Georgia took up signs and bullhorns Monday to protest statewide policies barring university leadership from requiring COVID-19 safety precautions like mandatory masks inside campus buildings.
The Georgia Board of Regents Wednesday selected Teresa MacCartney, a veteran of state higher education and government, to temporarily take command of the state’s university system in July, delaying, at least, former Gov. Sonny Perdue’s chances of landing the job.