US Higher Education News

US Department of Education Cancels Loans for 1,500 Students

    The US Department of Education has cancelled college loans for 1,500 defrauded university students. The department had sent millions of dollars to two universities that had lost their accreditation and were no longer eligible for federal loans.

    Betsy DeVos, the Secretary of Education, has been under immense pressure from lawmakers and the courts with regards to her handling of the student-loan relief programs.

Yale Receives $100 Million to Educate Future School Leaders Tuition-Free

    The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation will fund the Broad Center at Yale School of Management, one of the top business colleges in the country.

#NotAgainSU Syracuse University Students Protest Against Racial Slurs

    The #NotAgainSU Syracuse University student protest in November gained national attention and sparked the campus. The protests are fueled by college students’ anger over what students have felt has been a slow and sluggish response to hateful acts of racism.