- Southern Arkansas University raises tuition 3.8 percent Updated: May-29-16 2:13 pm
CAMDEN, Arkansas - Students at Southern Arkansas University will pay 3.8 percent more in tuition and fees for the coming school year.
- Eastern Kentucky University closing Somerset campus Updated: May-29-16 12:37 pm
SOMERSET, Kentucky - Eastern Kentucky University is closing a satellite campus in Somerset.
- Teacher shortage in northern Montana has officials worried Updated: May-29-16 12:15 pm
HAVRE, Montana - A shortage of teachers in northern Montana has officials worried.
- Students seeking sugar daddies for tuition, rent Updated: May-29-16 11:37 am
Candice Kashani graduated from law school debt-free this spring, thanks to a modern twist on an age-old arrangement.
- Purdue center, Amish dog breeders work to create standards Updated: May-29-16 11:30 am
LAFAYETTE, Indiana - A Purdue University center and commercial dog breeders from southern Indiana's Amish community are working to create standards meant to improve dogs' well-being.
- Population growth expected to boost school enrollment Updated: May-29-16 9:50 am
BISMARCK, North Dakota - State officials say population growth in North Dakota is expected to continue, prompting an anticipated boom in K-12 and college enrollment.
- College in Ohio plans customer service training for workers Updated: May-29-16 9:42 am
TOLEDO, Ohio - The president of the University of Toledo says about 200 of its employees will undergo customer service training this summer.
- 17-year-old gets degree in biology, physics and math Updated: May-29-16 9:01 am
CLEAR SPRING, Maryland - While most 6-year-olds spend their summers playing outside, participating in sports or watching TV, 17-year-old Joseph Heavner of Clear Spring spent his childhood teaching himself mathematics and reading high-school textbooks.
- Bates College commencement hosts civil rights leader Lewis Updated: May-29-16 8:47 am
LEWISTON, Maine - Civil Rights leader John Lewis is delivering the commencement address at Bates College.
- Judge orders release of documents in Trump University suit Updated: May-28-16 9:42 pm
WASHINGTON - A federal judge is ordering the release of Trump University internal documents in a class-action lawsuit against the now-defunct real estate school owned by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
- 1 stabbed fatally, 2 shot in separate attacks in Syracuse Updated: May-28-16 7:43 pm
SYRACUSE, New York - Police are investigating a fatal stabbing on a street in Syracuse.
- Sororities, fraternities say sorry for trashing campsite Updated: May-28-16 4:16 pm
EUGENE, Oregon - University of Oregon sororities and fraternities are planning service projects at a California campsite where about 1,000 people left trash that took dozens of National Forest workers six hours to clear.
- For NY lawyer, a 45-year-old surveillance case is her legacy Updated: May-28-16 3:23 pm
NEW YORK - Barbara Handschu barely gave it a thought 45 years ago when she was listed first among plaintiffs in a Vietnam-era lawsuit challenging how New York City police officers conducted surveillance of political activities.
- New U of Illinois contract gives non-tenured faculty raises Updated: May-28-16 2:27 pm
URBANA, Illinois - A new labor contract between the University of Illinois and faculty members who aren't on a tenure track provides retroactive merit raises, higher minimum salaries and academic freedom protections.
- Ohio House honors retiring Miami University president Updated: May-28-16 11:15 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - A retiring president of a southwest Ohio university has been honored by the Ohio House with a resolution recognizing his accomplishments.
- College-in-prison program offers courses to Danville inmates Updated: May-28-16 10:00 am
DANVILLE, Illinois - A college-in-prison program through the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is offering academic courses to inmates at the Danville prison.
- Woman partners with state to study bee, butterfly habitats Updated: May-28-16 9:01 am
NEW MARKET, Maryland - A New Market woman has teamed up with the state of Maryland to determine the best way to maintain the land along several state highways as habitats for bees and butterflies, whose numbers are in decline.
- More than 400 seniors are graduating from Bowdoin College Updated: May-28-16 8:50 am
PORTLAND, Maine - More than 400 seniors are graduating from Bowdoin College.
- Telescope company, foes agree on replacing hearing officer Updated: May-27-16 11:04 pm
HONOLULU - Opponents of a giant telescope and the nonprofit company that wants to build it on Mauna Kea agree on something: It's time for a new hearings officer to oversee proceedings for the project's construction permit.
- Bradley University recognized for use of highway research Updated: May-27-16 10:46 pm
PEORIA, Illinois - The Federal Highway Administration has recognized Bradley University for its work in integrating new technologies and innovations into the classroom.
- North Central College acquiring Shimer College Updated: May-27-16 10:45 pm
NAPERVILLE, Illinois - Officials at North Central College say they are in the process of acquiring Shimer College.
- Scientists find minivan-sized sponge, world's largest Updated: May-27-16 8:07 pm
HONOLULU - Researchers in Hawaii have been absorbed by a sea creature they discovered last summer, and their findings are pretty big.
- More Oklahoma cuts necessary after passage of $6.8B budget Updated: May-27-16 7:27 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Legislature adjourned Friday after passing a $6.8 billion budget that will require most state agencies to absorb deeper cuts to deal with the remaining shortfall.
- UNC system says it won't enforce transgender restroom rules Updated: May-27-16 7:18 pm
RALEIGH, North Carolina - The University of North Carolina system told a federal court Friday that it won't enforce a law requiring transgender students to use restrooms corresponding to the sex on their birth certificates.
- Governor officially calls June special session on taxes Updated: May-27-16 6:49 pm
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - Seeking to stave off deep cuts to health and education, Gov. John Bel Edwards has officially called his second special session on taxes, hoping lawmakers will agree to reduce tax breaks and hike some income taxes to balance the Louisiana budget.