Maryland College President Named As Next System ChancellorThe president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, has been tapped to become the chancellor of the University System of Maryland next summer.
Men Gain Twice As Much Weight As Women During Freshman Year, Study FindsDuring their first year of college, men eat more fried chicken and donuts -- and drink more beer and liquor -- than women. They also gain twice as much weight, according to a study published Wednesday that analyzed the so-called "Freshman 15."
Virginia Teen Accepted To 11 Colleges And Universities, 5 Of Them Ivy LeagueThe salutatorian of Hampton High School is now weighing the next big decision: Where to attend college. His decision is between all the schools he applied to because he got into every single one!
Thousands Of Marylanders Receive Student Loan Debt Relief Tax Credits, $9M TotalNearly 9,500 Maryland residents with student loan debt are being awarded tax credits, Gov. Hogan announced Friday. 
KFC Offering $11,000 If You Name Your Baby After Colonel SandersIn honor of "The Colonel," parents can enter to win a cash prize if their child is born on Sanders' birthday and shares his name.
Baltimore School Sends Every Student To College Every YearBaltimore's Seed School is a middle/high school that was founded nine years ago with the goal of having every student attend college after they graduate.
Move-In Day: Maryland College Students Begin To Move In For New School YearEmotions are high as students move into the nearly dozen colleges and universities in and around Baltimore. 
NFL Struggles To Make Sense Of College Video Game-Like StatsIt sounds strange in a league where numbers often dictate everything from a coach's fate to Pro Bowl selections to who gets drafted.
College Becoming Less Affordable For Maryland StudentsDuring this past election cycle, presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both highlighted increasing college debt.
Schools Warn of 'Virtual Kidnapping' Scam Targeting ParentsSchools across the U.S. are warning about a scam to convince parents that their children have been kidnapped — even though they haven't — and to collect ransom money.
ACT Scores Show Many Grads Not Ready for College-level Work The latest scores from the ACT college entrance exam suggest many of this year's high school graduates aren't ready for college-level course work.