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New survey also found 51 percent of chief executives believe the 2016 election exposed disconnect between colleges and universities and much of American society.

For the first time in its 147-year history, Wellesley College is opening its gates to women who've publicly come out as transgender. And for one student, it’s been a long process to get there.

More and more American colleges and universities depend on foreign students to make sure their costs are low. But those students are increasingly going to other countries to study and the current political attitude towards immigrants is partly to blame.

The student loan debt of public college graduates in Massachusetts is rising faster than in nearly all other states, according to a new report out this week.

A New Hampshire university is pledging to provide $20 million in scholarships to hundreds of students who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children.

In Texas, 25 percent of Hispanics oppose DACA. That includes students at the University of Texas at El Paso.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is leading 20 states urging U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to reject an application from what was once the nation's largest accreditor of for-profit colleges. Healey says the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools allowed schools to cheat students.

Harvard's announcement ends a seven month-long search for a new president.

Harvard is vowing to kick its fossil fuel habit by 2050. As a first step, the university will aim to become carbon-neutral by 2026.

College textbooks cost students dearly. One Boston-based publisher is trying to change that by offering an online subscription for $180 a year that includes thousands of texts and other course materials.

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