Higher Education

Students and faculty at The Catholic University of America celebrate graduation on May 12 in Washington, D.C. (CNS photo/Dana Rene Bowler, courtesy The Catholic University of America) 
David Coleman June 01, 2018
Our religious institutions have spent centuries cultivating practices, from solitude to humility, that allow us to learn and grow.
Jeffrey von Arx May 18, 2018
A strong vision and mission are two keys to a distinctive university.
Loyola University New Orleans is one of several Catholic colleges facing what they hope are temporary budgetary challenges. (iStock/Gregory Kurpiel)
All colleges face budget challenges, but Catholic schools must also contend with marketing to an increasingly secular applicant pool.
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Jack Bentz, S.J. May 16, 2018
The Catholic student center at Boise State is not all things to all students. Rather, we are one thing to all students.
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Angelo Jesus Canta May 11, 2018
The episode is the latest in a years-long struggle for Catholic colleges to balance support for diverse student populations while adhering to church teaching.
"Dear White People" gets into the nitty-gritty of campus life, where students’ politics must coexist with their personal relationships, and sacred principles must endure alongside collegiate stupidity.