SLU Opens First New Dorm in 2 DecadesSpring Hall includes outside fire pits and classroom.
SEMO to Offer Four-Year Program in DronesStudents will learn to plan and fly the aircrafts right in the classroom.
Illinois Replaces PARCC Test in High SchoolsThe board announced Monday the controversial test will be replaced by a redesigned SAT test.
New Missouri Law Aimed at Helping College Transfer StudentsIt will create a scholarship for low-income high school students who take college classes.
Nixon Signs Bill to Cut College Costs for Military MembersTo get in-state tuition, students currently must get a full-time job or live in Missouri for a year and meet other requirements.
University of Missouri System Launches Diversity AuditThe audit is one of several initiatives to address diversity and inclusion throughout the university system.
Swastikas, Noose Lead U of Illinois to Call for ToleranceThe chalked messages reflecting themes from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign were similar to slogans found drawn at other campuses around the country.
Illinois Schools Receive $600 Million to Stay OpenSchools haven't received any money in at least 10 months, which is when this fiscal year started.
Missouri House Committee Votes to Reverse Guns-on-Campus BanThe Select Committee on General Laws will review the bill next.
Missouri Panel Considers More Gun Access on College CampusesThe bill would only apply to public colleges and universities and includes exceptions for areas on campus with grade school children, some sporting events and hospitals.
Gov. Rauner Vetoes MAP Grant, Community College Funding PlanIllinois Democrats approved a plan in January to provide $324 million to community colleges and $397 million to the Monetary Award Program.
Illinois Urges College Students to Apply for Financial AidFunding for the grants has been frozen due to a stalemate between Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and majority Democrats.