The career college may lose its license to operate in Nevada after a report to the Commission on Postsecondary Education recommended denying its renewal request.
Aleksandra joined the Review-Journal in June 2019 to cover higher education. She was previously the education reporter at the Fresno Bee in California, and prior to starting at the Bee, she got her master's in journalism from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
The Las Vegas squad captured the national competition sponsored by the Institute of Management Accounts by developing a business plan for a fictional empanada eatery.
Cannon Junior High School students were bused Wednesday morning to the Del Sol Academy of the Performing Arts amid a power outage that was expected to last several hours.
The flyers were attributed to the American Identity Movement, classified as a white supremacist hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League.
Once known as vet techs, students are now on a path to becoming veterinary nurses as the College of Southern Nevada joins other institutions to define and expand the profession.
The Tuition+ financial aid program, which will roll out in fall 2020, will help cover the gaps left by a Pell Grant for tuition, fees and books.
Bite-size academic degrees are slowly making their way to Southern Nevada, offering students a way to level up professionally in a relatively short time.
The action comes as the university sues an architectural firm after finding that dozens of wheelchair seats did not meet federal disability standards after renovations.
The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents Friday approved a proposal to allow Nevada State College to raise its GPA requirement for admission.
The Nevada Board of Regents Thursday appointed longtime Desert Research Institute professor and researcher Kumud Acharya as interim president.
Lied Library renovation turns 3,500 square feet of old offices and storage areas into studio pods with equipment like 3D printers, podcasting gear — even a sewing machine.
The money will be used to establish a rare books curator and build on the collection donated by alumna Beverly Rogers.
The swastika was discovered in a 17th-floor stairwell of the school’s new dorm at the Circus Circus casino, but it could have been there before students arrived.
Despite growing concern that an economic downturn may be near, Nevada Treasurer Zachary Conine says there’s no reason would-be students should put off higher education.
Three Nevadans shared with the Review-Journal their approaches to graduating debt-free, and the challenges and limitations of each.