According to University of Michigan spokeswoman Kim Broekhuizen, the University will continue to be on the lookout for developments on the subject.
Jeff Sessions follows in the risky footsteps of George W. Bush’s Justice Department.
Here are seven stories that look at the policy’s complex past.
Justice Department officials are planning a new project to investigate and sue universities over affirmative action admissions policies they determine discriminate against white applicants, according to a U.S. government official.
More students are choosing to attend public in-state schools, one study found.
The number of college and university students has dropped for five straight years, to about 18 million in the semester just ended, and no upswing is expected until 2023.
After decades of expansion, just about every meaningful statistic—including the number of college students, the growth of tuition costs, and even the total number of colleges—is going down, or at least growing more slowly.
Associate and four-year degrees lead to a growing share of well-paying jobs, study finds, as struggles increase for workers with only a high school credential.
College affordability has become the preeminent issue in higher education, as student-debt figures have hit staggering levels. While most conversations center on ballooning tuition costs, which have long surpassed the rate inflation of other consumer goods, last year tuition costs grew at the...
A dozen higher-education organizations expressed serious concerns over a possible change in the student visa program, saying it could deter the most talented international students from applying to schools in the United States.