Chris Burt

Chris is a reporter and associate editor for University Business and District Administration magazines, covering the entirety of higher education and K-12 schools. Prior to coming to LRP, Chris had a distinguished career as a multifaceted editor, designer and reporter for some of the top newspapers and media outlets in the country, including the Palm Beach Post, Sun-Sentinel, Albany Times-Union and The Boston Globe. He is a graduate of Northeastern University.

Early fall enrollment data shows mix of success, struggles at 10 universities

Some institutions have seen a boost from freshman class.

This struggling HBCU might not survive beyond the spring

Kentucky State University will need financial help or be forced to shut down after operating in the red for more than two years.

Personal choice? How universities are reacting to COVID-19 vaccine exemptions

A look at how institutions in states that allow philosophical refusals for vaccination are being impacted during the pandemic.

Grant awards rise for minority-serving institutions, students in need

New programs will help improve equity from middle school through graduate schools.

Texas A&M, Penn State take action against those who fail to get COVID-19 tests

The universities warn students, employees that noncompliance may result in significant sanctions.

How can colleges meet the needs of growing base of online learners?

Wiley Education Services survey says institutions must offer three key items to students operating remotely.

Pew Research: 66% of young adults have gotten COVID-19 vaccines

But divide exists among those who lean conservative.

Sexual assault claims at 9 universities during ‘Red Zone’ spark protests

Fraternities again are at the center of allegations of violence, backlash across several campuses.

More than 70% of college students favor vaccine mandates; most Republicans don’t

Most also want masks indoors, according to survey done by Kaplan and College Pulse.

Like classes, 2021 homecomings are mix of in-person, hybrid and virtual

A few institutions, including Georgetown, have opted to cancel them altogether because of transmission fears.

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