COVID-19 Impacting Fall College Admission Decisions For Students And Universities AlikeMay 1 is the traditional deadline for students to put down a deposit to reserve a spot at the college of their choice but COVID-19 has thrown a lot of uncertainty into that process.
3 Bay Area Universities Ranked Best In WorldThe Center for World-Class universities in Shanghai took half a dozen factors into account including alumni and staff winning prestigious awards and the number of articles published in nature and science journals.
Stanford Loses Title As Nation's Most Gay-Friendly UniversityThe Bay Area takes the rainbow cake for having the most epic Gay Pride festivities, but not so much when it comes to LGBTQ-friendly universities, according to a new ranking.
Podcast Hosts Discuss Recent Controversies Surrounding Hazing, Greek Life On CampusThis week's standout podcasts include an episode of the Security Brief that examines the issue of college hazing and an installment of the Wavemaker Conversations that takes a lot hazing within the Greek system.
Bay Area Learning Centers Use 'Moneyball' Formula To Ensure Students Get Admitted To Top-Ranked CollegesA Bay Area group of learning centers is using techniques more associated with baseball statistics to get students into the nation's most competitive colleges.
'Best Global Universities' Are Right In Bay Area's BackyardDo you want your kids to attend one of the world's most prestigious universities? They won't have to go far, according to the latest 'Best Global Universities Ranking' from U.S. News and World Report.
Berkeley's Pathways Program Includes Guarantees Of Higher Education For Students With C AveragesThe City of Berkeley and Berkeley City College are joining forces as part of an ongoing effort to insure students have a pathway to college.
ConsumerWatch: Bay Area Firm Offers College Admission Help, For A PriceWhile college is already expensive, businesses such as Think Tank Learning are among many in a booming industry of coaches and counselors that offer help with the admission process.
California Tax Revenue Falls, Boosting Chance Of More CutsCalifornia tax revenue fell nearly $539 million below projections last month, pushing the state closer to automatic, mid-year budget cuts to schools, universities and social services.
State Budget Delay Creates Trouble for Colleges