Nearly One Third Of Parents Paying Back Student LoansA recent survey finds a large percentage of parents are paying back student loans—either their own loans, or those of their children.
Students Scramble As ITT Tech Closes DoorsStudents found themselves scrambling Tuesday after officials with ITT Educational Services, Inc. announced the for-profit college was closing its nation-wide campuses immediately.
California Colleges Grab Top Spots On New Rankings ListA new ranking of schools puts California colleges in the limelight.
New College Students Especially At Risk For Sex AssaultsFirst and second year college students are especially at risk for sexual assault during a time period known as the “Red Zone.”
California Colleges Required To Do More To Address Sex Harassment Allegations Under New LawColleges and universities are going to have to do more to address sexual harassment allegations on campus after a new bill signed into law added to the pressure.
Stanford Students Show Support For Campus Rape Victim At Graduation CeremonyStanford University graduating students and women's rights advocates used the school's commencement ceremony to again express their anger over the six-month jail sentence given to a former student for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman.
Female Pittsburg Student Sexually Assaulted In College RestroomA female student was assaulted Thursday night on the campus of Los Medanos College in Pittsburg, a spokesman for the Contra Costa Community College District said Friday.
Federal Student Grant Money Could Become Available Year-RoundThe Obama administration wants to expand the federal Pell grant program to help more students by providing them with money to attend classes year-round.
Cal, Stanford On Malia Obama's College ListMichelle Obama's message for high school seniors fretting about their college prospects is simple. Do your research. Visit college campuses. Sit in on classes.
Rape Reported At SFSU Dorm Over The WeekendA person at San Francisco State University who was apparently incapable of consent reported being raped at a dorm on campus early Saturday morning.
Court Strikes Down Payments To College AthletesA federal appeals court agreed Wednesday that the NCAA's use of college athletes' names, images and likenesses in video games and TV broadcasts violated antitrust laws but struck down a plan to allow schools to pay players up to $5,000.
Best College Courses For Jump Starting Your CareerIn college, it's not always easy to know which classes to take. Jill Schlesinger has the courses you should be taking taking no matter your major.

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