The school ranked No. 26 in a U.S. News & World Report list and cracked the top 50 in a Wall Street Journal ranking. How much does it matter?
UConn was expected to release a ‘comprehensive Sustainability Action Plan’ in spring 2023. Students say they haven’t seen it yet.
Connecticut officials said 89 school districts will split nearly $4 million to offer more dual credit classes, which offer students college credit.
Some CT community colleges are losing cafeteria services and cutting staff. Others will limit library, tutoring, and disability services.
The plan adjusts the number of payments some borrowers have made that qualify toward loan forgiveness. It will save CT borrowers over $300M.
Attorney General William Tong claimed Stone Academy had numerous violations of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.
CT residents approved for student loan forgiveness won’t see their relief after the Supreme Court struck down Joe Biden’s debt relief plan.
The merger, which will create the Connecticut State Community College, is designed to address financial concerns and declining enrollment.
The CT Senate’s amendment would issue reimbursement and stipends to Stone Academy students after the nursing school’s closure.
The bill would prevent CT colleges and universities from withholding transcripts over student debt in certain instances.
Eight former Stone Academy students will file a lawsuit representing hundreds of people left in the lurch when the school abruptly closed.
Months after Stone Academy’s closure, hundreds of students who were hoping to become licensed practical nurses are stuck in limbo. Here are some of their stories.
Students and presidents protested the state budget legislators endorsed, which is $109M short of what’s needed to maintain current services.
The attorney general’s court order comes after a demand that the Stone Academy owners provide information related to the investigation.
Stone Academy and the Office of Higher Education have been at odds over the need for an audit of student records.