Chicago State University

“I have always taught my girls that they can be whatever they want to be."
History has issued its verdict on that strategy. Civilian casualties undermined efforts to win "hearts and minds" in South
Here's the simple math: Public colleges have not gotten any taxpayer dollars since last July. They will get $0 for 2016 and
Illinois wants to achieve some audacious goals for educating adults in the first quarter of this 21st century. What should
Though it contains the standard jargon you expect in a Moody's publication, the new report is noteworthy because it forecasts
For public colleges and universities, First Amendment compliance isn't optional. It's a binding legal obligation. And when legal obligations are ignored, lawsuits are necessary -- a lesson ten institutions learned the hard way this past year.
I lived and studied with black people, I felt comfortable around them and felt they accepted me, but I never had a conversation about race that made me uncomfortable. That changed when I met Chala Holland.
Schools all across the country not only fall short on promises of free expression and academic freedom but openly suppress constitutionally protected speech on campus by using tools such as speech codes to shut down forms of expression that might be uncomfortable, disagreeable, or even offensive to some members of the campus community.
We went through Illinois private and public four-year universities to find which schools have the biggest tuition increase, by percentage, from 2013-14 to 2014-15.
Where do you think the President's library should be? It would be so nice to see a unified effort behind Chicago State University
For the better part of a decade, Illinois' public universities have been battling ever-shrinking state funding. That's driven tuition costs up.
Some colleges should simply step up when promoting sexual health on campus, according to Trojan brand condoms. Right behind
Later Friday, however, university officials told the paper the policy "had not received proper review and approval through
Chicago State University, which was at risk of losing its accreditation because of troubling enrollment and retention figures
Friends and community and business leaders urged him to apply, recognizing his educational record and knowing the reality
Chicago State University's trustees next week plan to vote whether to provide all full-time freshmen, and the faculty who
One way to sell newspapers is to get two columnists fighting. I don't pick fights. But I don't run from one either.
Still no word on whether the $355 bust will be used in Lincoln Hall. It is apparently stolen statue week in Chicago. First
Chicago State University is at risk of losing its accreditation because of "remarkably poor" graduation and retention rates