Tuition at the U of M would go up 9.5 percent under one of three scenarios released today in President Robert Bruininks budget proposal.
Money and proximity to home are high on the list of factors for seniors making plans for college.
The 18-year-old student told police that two men confronted her in a stairwell and forced her into a restroom early Sunday, where one of them assaulted her.
Legislators are considering changing the data practices law to allow tracking of students from elementary school through college.
The University of Minnesota and Georgia Tech are looking into allegations against two prominent health care policy professors that they inappropriately drew two salaries at two different schools.
Hamline University announced today it is launching a new school of business. The St. Paul liberal arts institution will pull together existing programs in management and public administration and add new areas of instruction beginning this fall.
Two Minnesota colleges, Gustavus Adolphus and Carleton COllege, each received major grants to help students navigate complex scientific research.
Banking giant Citibank says it will no longer offer student loans at two-year colleges, because they are no longer profitable.
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Archibishop Desmond Tutu is in the Twin Cities for a series of events centered around promoting peace among young people. He spoke to a capacity crowd in Minneapolis this morning, saying young people bring about important changes that improve society.
Every high school should be a college prep school. That's one of the goals expressed Thursday by members of the University of Minnesota's College Readiness center.
Financial aid planners warn the current economic downturn is a lesson for those preparing to take out student loans.
The University of Minnesota hoped to secure $24 million in state money for a new Bell Museum building, but Gov. Tim Pawlenty vetoed the item Monday from the bonding bill.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress shows that Minnesota students improved by 8 points since 1998 when the last test was given. Minnesota Eighth graders are above the national average in writing.
The credit crunch has claimed another Minnesota student loan lender.
Minneapolis school officials dispute a report released on Tuesday putting the district among the worst performers in the nation when it comes to graduation rates.