Posted on · Nationwide only half of students enrolled in community colleges graduate. But two Texas colleges are getting top honors for helping more students succeed.
Posted on · HCC Chancellor Cesar Maldonado said that they’re sharpening HCC's focus on the workforce and future jobs.
Posted on · Texas Senate Bill 4 is often referred to as the “Sanctuary Cities” bill. But the bill as worded could go much deeper than the city level to target undocumented immigrants.
Posted on · As of Monday, at least one UH student was currently outside the United States and unable to return because of the new travel restrictions, according to UH.
Posted on · The University of Texas at Austin finished raising more than $3 billion in 2014 while Texas A&M is more than halfway to its goal of $4 billion.
Posted on · Robert Ivany, who also was a major general in the U.S. Army, will officially step down at the end of the 2016-2017 academic year.
Posted on · In Texas, three presidents at private colleges made more than a million dollars in 2014.
Posted on · In Texas, 26 percent of graduating seniors met the so-called “benchmark score” across all four subjects.
Posted on · When school starts this month, some teenagers will find themselves where -- just a few years ago -- they didn’t imagine: at college. In this ongoing series, "Inside the Classroom," two new college freshmen talk about what they had to overcome to get there.
Posted on · For now, the sanctions stand.
Posted on · "One of the conclusions is that being on a college or university campus in the modern era is really one of the safest places that you can ever be." -- Matt Nobles, a criminal justice professor at the University of Central Florida.
Posted on · Concealed weapons at the state's public four-year universities is just the start. Next year it will impact Texas community colleges.
Posted on · State lawmakers passed campus carry in 2015, but universities were given time to draft their own policies.
Posted on · "I think it’s going to make a tremendous difference in knowing that they have dedicated and resources in terms of human beings who are there specifically focused on them."
Posted on · Textbook prices for college students rise more and more every year. But one Houston-based organization is working to lighten that load.