In the Obama era, the U.S. Department of Education opened seven Title IX investigations into five Colorado colleges. Those cases are still open.
By 2020, Colorado says it will need more than 70 percent of the workforce to have some form of post-secondary credential.
Janine Davidson is the new president at the school, a haven for traditionally under-represented students.
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Faced with a 2008 ballot initiative that would have banned race as a factor in admissions, the university created alternative measures to ensure diversity.
Some students are protesting the multi-million dollar facility, which has already broken ground and will help train future meat industry workers.
The kicker from Chandler, Arizona is the first woman to get a football scholarship to an NCAA Division II school.
Despite a high percentage of college grads living in Colorado, public colleges and universities in the state scramble to find ways to stem rising tuition costs and declining enrollments.
Most often associated with gender equity in sports, campus crime is increasingly putting Title IX in the news.
An adjunct professor at the Community College of Aurora claims he was fired this fall because he criticized new curriculum guidelines.
Sweeting, a pastor and academic, comes to CCU after serving as president of the Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.