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‘Credential-as-you-go’ lets students earn short-term certificates and badges to show employers their abilities even before they earn two-year, four-year or graduate degrees.
Donors to two women’s liberal arts colleges have been showing their strong beliefs in the institutions’ missions—in a very big way—even as higher ed navigates COVID’s disruptions.
Students in good academic standing at West Chester University have in the past been prevented from registering for classes over minor library and parking fines that they were unable to pay.
Equity comes down to fifth-graders for Fernando Figueroa, the president of Gateway Community & Technical College in Kentucky. There are several things they need to understand about their potential, he says.
Nearly three in five students suffered from food and housing insecurity during fall 2020 and, despite federal relief funds, many are still struggling.
Excitement is building around OER at Framingham State University as a handful of faculty are creating their own textbooks with instructional designers enhancing the final product.
Dogs, cats, birds, hedgehogs, hamsters amphibians, small reptiles and other ‘non-exotic’ pets are now permitted to live in designated rooms at Shenandoah University.
Just a short list of the substantial growth during Hrabowski’s 30 years of leadership: Enrollment, graduation rates, research investment, degree programs and the university’s share Pell Grant recipients.
More college students in prison education now qualify for financial aid from the Second Chance Pell experiment, which the Biden Administration has expanded for 2022-2023.
Quinnipiac University’s Public Health College Corps students will canvass neighborhoods, visit barbershops and salons, and post on social media to encourage their peers to get the vaccine.
Latest release of American Rescue Plan funds can be used to re-engage disconnected students, expand mental health services, and bolster retention programs that improve graduation rates.
First-year students and sophomores at the University of Wisconsin are taking a 30-day mental health challenge using a free mindfulness and meditation app.
With anxiety, depression and burnout surging, Ohio State creates mental health checklist for students and several more campus wellness priorities.
Department of Education offers new guidance on using American Rescue Plan and other ESSER funds to upgrade campus ventilation systems to block COVID.
The sudden shift to remote learning kicked into high gear the creation of a statewide digital course sharing network by Idaho’s eight public colleges and universities.
Thanks to 10,000 donors, Georgia State University broke a fundraising record and gave nearly 2,800 hardship grants to help students cope with COVID crisis.
Acceptance rates at highly selective colleges are lower for Asian Americans, but that’s likely because they are also much more likely to apply, Georgetown University study finds.
An anonymous donor fully funds tuition for a cohort of 22 students to launch the initial pilot of Hope College’s potentially groundbreaking ‘pay-it-forward’ tuition model.
A disparity in the number of advanced courses persists even at lower-income schools that have been recognized for sending more students to college, a survey has found.
With the debate over critical race theory and education raging in parts of the U.S., Roger Williams University School of Law requires a new course on race’s enduring impact on the U.S. justice system.
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