> 
E-Mail Scam Targets Colleges
Students, professors, and staff members at a variety of colleges are receiving sham e-mails, supposedly from their school's help desk, asking them to reply with their log-in, password, and sometimes... | Read more >
Hackers Use Southern Connecticut State University's Web Site for Spam Operation
Southern Connecticut State University has notified 11,000 current and former students that their personal information may have been compromised by hackers after discovering criminals were using the... | Read more >
Personal Data of Connecticut Students on Stolen Laptop
A laptop containing the names and personal information of 3,502 Connecticut State University System students was stolen, however, state officials did not alert the students until a month after the... | Read more >
Universities of Miami and Virginia Announce Loss of Student Data on Stolen Hardware
The University of Miami and the University of Virginia have been affected by high-profile data breaches involving personal data on storage devices. In Coral Gables, Fla., the medical records of... | Read more >
Judge Rules Plagiarism-Detection Tool Falls Under 'Fair Use'
A federal judge has ruled in favor of a plagiarism-detection tool called Turnitin, giving professors the right to use the service in order to check a student's paper for plagiarism. Judge Claude M.... | Read more >

A Century of Excellence in Higher Education