University System of Georgia Launches Mental Health Task Force

“In a recent survey by the American Council on Education, 80 percent of the 1,700 college and university presidents participating said mental health is now a greater priority on campus than it was just three years ago."

Survey: Confusion Selecting Major Increases Higher Ed Cost, Time to Earn Degree

The study also found that 51% of students are not confident in their career path when they enroll in college.

Another Mother Sentenced in College Admissions Case

According to court documents, the defendant conspired to falsify son’s college applications by claiming minority status, and that neither parent attended college, in order to bolster her son’s college prospects.

Husband, Wife Sentenced to Prison in College Admissions Case

The Abbotts are the 6th and 7th parents to be sentenced in the college admissions case.

University to Pay US Gov’t $189,062 to Resolve Potential False Claims Liability

The case stems from a former professor’s misuse of federal grant funds, including for gentlemen’s clubs.

$5.4 Million Awarded by FTC to People Who Paid for “Worthless Student Loan Debt...

The FTC is sending more than $5.4 million to nearly 40,000 people who lost money to a student loan debt relief scam.

Georgia Southern’s Master of Public Health program ranked #1 in nation

The list of the top 13 MPH programs, which includes Brown University and Emory University, is based on student reviews.

US Dept of Ed: National Federal Student Loan Default Rate Continues to Decline

Schools with high default rates may lose their eligibility to participate in federal student aid programs. This year, 15 schools are subject to sanctions. See the list and the data on the default rates ->

Georgia Southern plans to refocus university sustainability efforts

Building on a decade of success, Georgia Southern University plans to enhance its Center for Sustainability by better pairing it with new academic programs and focusing its resources on larger projects.

Calling All Students: Campus RainWorks Challenge

EPA seeks to engage with students to design innovative green infrastructure solutions for stormwater management, showcasing the environmental, economic, and social benefits of these practices.