The government is supposed to provide equal funding to land-grant, state-run historically Black colleges and universities under the Morrill Act of 1890.
With the Supreme Court having ruled against affirmative action policies in higher education, some legal experts worry about the future of workplace diversity, equity and inclusion programs.
Wellesley College currently admits only some transgender and nonbinary applicants. Students voted for a non-binding referendum pushing for more inclusive admissions and communications policies.
News of the instance of antisemitism is one of several hate incidents reported on Stanford's campus this academic year.
The chancellor of Winston-Salem State University is preparing to step down.
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 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.