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Thanks to a $3M gift from the Community College Growth Engine Fund, the cohort of community colleges will work to build credential programs for future students looking to further careers
Stanford places second in the Sierra Club magazine’s yearly rankings which honor colleges and universities that are pushing environmentally friendly initiatives
Looking ahead to 2021, being able to deliver succinct, well-thought-out messaging from college leaders will be a must, especially with various stakeholders looking for guidance
Community colleges continue to see the deepest declines in student enrollment, according to the National Clearinghouse. On the positive side, graduate numbers are up.
Students who don’t get accepted on the first try may get a second chance through Utah State’s expanded earned admissions process that seeks to increase access and get them college ready
The new coach started the K-12 program on the same campus and now it could be a potential feeder system for the university’s varsity team
Notre Dame will not play against Wake Forest this weekend after more players test positive for COVID-19, but other conferences and teams are moving forward with games
The Career Fair gives students the opportunity to land an on-the-spot acceptance and scholarships from HBCUs
Among the categories included in the StuDocu survey of 20,000 U.S. and Canada students were remote learning, safety and diversity
The New York state system, which put together a huge tournament early on during the pandemic, is raising the bar this fall with the creation of a league of its own
Modernizing the medical residency and fellowship process meant a change in philosophy and outreach for the Wexner Medical Center. Its journey offers a window into how to create that wow factor in recruiting remotely.
Division I college basketball gets an official start date, and it’s just before Thanksgiving
The conference’s Competition Task Force is leaning on strict protocols, including testing and data, to try to keep its players and staff safe.
Though colleges and universities are making strides, a newly released Canvas survey on higher education says they must do more to bridge gaps that exist
The 2021 U.S. News and World Report annual rankings adjust for key factors affecting students during COVID-19, but many of the elite universities still stay near the top
Ensuring that emergency alerts reach college faculty, staff and especially students is essential to keeping campuses safe
The rare five-year deal will help offset any financial hardship from a lost fall season and provide students with unique educational opportunities
Jamain Stephens, a senior defensive lineman and son of a former Steeler, played for a Division II school that had canceled fall athletics
Testing and tracing of positive cases is being done across entire State University of New York system on one platform.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, new concerns have prompted two legislators to ask the CDC to offer new guidance for smoking and vaping on campus
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