LSU's Miles: Those making allegations against OSU 'weren't there long enough to figure it out'
Virginia Tech has settled a former employee's lawsuit that claimed she was paid less than male co-workers and faced retaliation when she complained.
In the wake of two off-campus shootings, Old Dominion University undercover police will drop in on some house parties this weekend.
Va. Department of Education asks schools to participate in test of Internet connection speeds
Parks director named DC education superintendent, will start Oct. 1
Okla. school that said 7-year-old's deadlocks violated dress code changes policy amid outcry
Greek high schools face strikes as teachers vent anger over state staff cuts
Ignore the price tag: Grads from big-ticket colleges leave campus with less debt than peers
Towson University has shortened the suspension of its cheerleading team after hazing allegations sidelined the squad for the entire academic year.
Johns Hopkins University was one of eight colleges in the region that ranked in the top 100 in the country, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Newtown firearms law restricts recreational shooting, bars shooting within half-mile of school
Philadelphia schools open with big classes, small staffs and lingering questions about funding
US News & World Report lists Princeton best college in America, UC-Berkeley best public option
Student, faculty protest University of Denver global service award for George W. Bush
Oklahoma St AD apologizes to Big 12 schools in advance of expose
Tiny Kentucky college says $250 million gift, among largest to higher ed, has been withdrawn
Students, faculty to protest University of Denver global service award for George W. Bush
Canada security guard in deadly armored car heist pleads guilty