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UA Online Aims to Expand Through Business Partnerships

Geico, Caterpillar Inc. and Salt River Project have signed on for test program.

PCC Chancelor: Sanction on College Should Be Removed

Accreditor took the college off probation last year but it remained on notice, a lesser sanction.

Getting in to College Is Just First Step for Many Latinos

While enrollment is growing, some face obstacles to ultimately receiving a degree.

ITT Tech Closure Leaves 100s of Tucson Students Scrambling

The for-profit college shuttered all campuses nationwide last week, including four in Arizona.

ITT Tech Folds; Tucson Campus, Three in Phoenix Close

Joins growing list of for-profit colleges to shutter in Tucson.

University of Arizona Considers Ban on E-Cigarettes

Cigarettes, pipes and chewing tobacco were banned on campus in 2014.

Regents Announce Next Steps in Search for New UA President

Expect to find successor to Ann Weaver Hart by next summer.

Regents Will Hire Expert to Review UA Health Sciences

'Comprehensive' review to start as soon as possible; UA President Hart happy with decision.

What Led to UA Medical School Scrutiny?

Controversy surrounding University of Arizona Health Sciences didn't start this month.

UA Health Sciences Head Rejects Allegations

'Skip' Garcia doesn't anticipate basis for investigation but would cooperate fully.

UA's Hart Asks Regents for Health Sciences Investigation

Move comes following allegations of misuse of public funds and alteration of public documents.

Richard Caris, UA Mirror Lab Namesake, Dies at 81

Caris valued 'exciting projects and the people that were trying to do them.'

New UA Building to be Academic Center for Athletes

'CATS' will provide space for study, academic support, official says.

UA College of Medicine Officials Address Questions About Leadership, Financials, Future

Members of the Arizona Board of Regents held the second of two fact-finding meetings Friday.

Tucson College Joins Growing Group of For-Profit Colleges That Will Close

Third private college to announce Tucson closure this year.

Issues with Accreditor May Put Tucson Schools in Limbo

Students face loss of financial aid if they aren't overseen by approved agency.

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