Students at the University of Arizona will face a base tuition and fee hike of 3 percent this fall.
A UA student was molested by a man Tuesday night near North Park Avenue and East First Street.
The Arizona Board of Regents is debating higher tuition rates for public universities.
The University of Arizona Faculty Women’s Club awarded scholarships to four UA students at their November luncheon:
The University of Arizona’s alert system for campus emergencies isn’t just for insiders anymore.
Entrepreneur and University of Arizona alumnus Karl Eller is in critical condition at a California hospital after he fell off his bicycle Friday.
The contract is signed, the vote was unanimous and the
University of Arizona officially has its 21st president.
Here's a movie so you can get up to speed on the issues. It
comes recommended by Regent Mark Killian to his Facebook
The University of Arizona was ranked No. 124 among national
universities in the latest U.S. News Best Colleges report.
The University of Arizona is adding two new research buildings
on the north side of Speedway to its wish list.
The UA marketed the availability of dorms for opposite-sex or
same-sex roommates, but apparently there wasn't enough
Here's this week's roundup of higher-education news
Frogs go to community college, UNM approves alcohol, lots of
universities in the West need new presidents, and tuition hikes are
A consulting group recommends Arizona pay its universities and
community colleges in new ways for better productivity.
This week's curated links about higher education news in the
And millions of your tax dollars are wasted on students who
aren't ready for college and end up dropping out anyway, a new
report finds. But PCC and the UA have some new strategies in
In this week's curated links: lower tuition at ASU, and more
effects of university budget cuts elsewhere in the West.
In an effort to be a better curator of higher-education news, I
bring you this blog feature on higher ed elsewhere. I'll try to do
it once a week or so, with a focus on the West and with lots of
Arizona context. Let me know what you think. Here we go:
Arizona falls among the states with the deepest cuts
The University of Phoenix system recently reported a 42.4
percent decrease in new enrollments in the last quarter of 2010,
but the local branch is bucking the trend.