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The Pell Grant Preservation and Expansion Act would incrementally boost aid to students, eventually doubling by 2027-28, and include undocumented students.
With COVID-19 affecting rentals and exchanges, shifts to digital purchases and usage have spiked, while free materials continue to help those struggling financially.
Clark Atlanta, Morehouse and Spelman will help students build career pathways in alternative investments in 10-year partnership with three firms and Wharton School.
That extra stamp might offer a slight layer of protection for institutions considering a COVID-19 requirements.
The university says it will allow for petitions for students and employees uncomfortable with emergency use authorization.
Wanting to implement changes but struggling with vendor options and costs, institutions turn to other options.
The Act would give institutions a historic boost in updating infrastructure and building critical pathways for students.
From interviews to resumes to negotiating salaries, the important skills all students and alums seeking jobs should know.
Study abroad options will increase for U.S. students, but the COVID-19 pandemic is still a factor.
A strong focus on ‘new economy’ majors has helped boost interest in the university and might be a solid approach for others looking to reach prospective students.
Rhodes College in Tennessee is mandating vaccines after FDA approval and installing a tough penalty for those don’t get them.
Data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center highlights the purge at community colleges, but a rise again in graduate students.
Alena Wicker, already enrolled and taking classes at Arizona State, has dreams of becoming an elite engineer by the time she is 16.
The Transformation Institute from the Association of American Colleges and Universities will provide coaching, guidance to leaders seeking best practices for adjunct instructors.
Harvard, Caltech, Cornell and Duke all experience significant drops while internationals move up
A new report from Georgetown and the APLU shows the immense gaps that exist in pay and opportunities for White, Asian, Black and Latinx STEM career seekers.
Women, femme-identifying and non-binary gamers are finally getting new opportunities, exciting pathways.
College students still face hurdles in trying to get benefits, and those may become restrictive again once the pandemic emergency is over.
Villanova University shifted into high gear to provide services to students and alumni during the pandemic, strategies that likely will serve them well in the future.
A lack of opportunities during the pandemic, including internships, has left many feeling uneasy about looking for work. Those who do will turn to career centers.
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