Political and legal attacks have made DEI work challenging in many states. Some professionals are leaving, but those who stay say they’re fighting for students, faculty and the future of college equity.
Despite their differences, both the Virginia Military Institute and the University of Virginia have defended diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in the face of criticism.
State legislation to improve transparency about the cost of a degree has earned bipartisan support. Some worry about political motives and unintended consequences.
Athletics officials will lobby lawmakers this week for a federal bill governing name, image and likeness as the NCAA and conferences contend with a patchwork of state laws.
Illinois lawmakers passed legislation urging colleges to adopt neurodiversity inclusion statements in response to advocacy by community college leaders.
A new state loan program for struggling private colleges will likely save Birmingham-Southern College from closure. But experts don’t expect similar efforts to catch on.