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Federal attorneys can now recommend student loan discharges in bankruptcy proceedings

Listen to the article 5 minutes This sound is automatically generated. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive card: The Departments of Education and Justice have a new process for dealing with federal student borrowers who try to pay off their debt through bankruptcy, they said on Thursdaydeviating from the government’s previous practice … Read more

Judge approves Sweet v. Cardona student debt relief, but likely to appeal

Listen to the article 8 min This sound is automatically generated. Let us know if you have any feedback. A federal judge late Wednesday approved a massive class-action lawsuit intended to address allegations that the U.S. Department of Education halted hundreds of thousands of applications to a program that cancels student loan debt for borrowers … Read more

University of Illinois to stop teaching at Wisconsin branch campus due to declining enrollment

Listen to the article 3 min This sound is automatically generated. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive card: Aurora University, a nonprofit institution west of Chicago, plans to stop offering classes at a campus it owns across the Wisconsin border, about 7 miles away. The campus, called the George Williams College campus, … Read more

Discover ends student loan survey

Listen to the article 3 min This sound is automatically generated. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive card: Discover Financial Services said today that its own internal investigation into its student loan practices and related compliance matters has concluded, according to a notification with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Nonetheless, the Riverwoods, … Read more

Yale, Harvard law schools drop US News rankings, saying they are undermining the tenets of the legal profession

Listen to the article 5 minutes This sound is automatically generated. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive card: Yale and Harvard universities law schools will no longer participate in US News & World Report’s influential Best Law Schools rankings, saying Wednesday they are discouraging support for low-income students and those entering public … Read more

The Common App expands the program that offers automatic admission to students

Listen to the article 3 min This sound is generated automatically. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive card: The Common Application announced Wednesday that it is expanding its program that sends admissions offers to students before they formally apply. Fourteen colleges will participate in the pilot project, known as a direct admissions … Read more

How library collections can help colleges diversify

Listen to the article 4 min This sound is generated automatically. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive card: Academic libraries are uniquely positioned to help colleges achieve their goals for diversity, equity, and inclusion based on how they curate their collections, according to a new report from Ithaka S+R, a non-profit organization … Read more

Florida public university leaders are protesting proposed hiring rules tied to controversial state law

Listen to the article 4 min This sound is generated automatically. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive card: Leaders of Florida’s public universities are protesting a proposed system that would evaluate tenured faculty members every five years, arguing that parts of it are vague and that it duplicates existing policy. State University … Read more

City Colleges of Chicago invests in non-profit organizations’ wrap-around support to increase graduation rates

Dive card: Most first-year degree-seeking students at the City Colleges of Chicago will soon have access to an independent program that provides wrap-around support such as mentoring and financial aid in an effort to improve graduation rates. Currently, students must apply for the grant program, which is run by a non-profit organization called One Million … Read more