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New students can arrive at Rhodes College in late July for a three-week ‘premester’ with social distancing built into campus life, including their classes and social activities.
University of Dayton’s process for brining physical therapy students back to campus offers some guidance for other colleges and universities striving to hold in-person classes later this year.
Colleges and universities are keeping campus life vibrant with virtual quads and online hubs for groups to host events and share services.
With prospective students unable to visit Kutztown University, the Pennsylvania school’s campus tour guide took to their iPhones and Instagram Live.
A lack of documentation of the 1918 flu pandemic motivated University of North Georgia librarians to ensure the campus’ coronavirus experiences were preserved for future generations.
San Jacinto College, a community college near Houston, has brought small groups of students back to campus to complete courses that require hands-on learning.
The number of undergraduate students registering for college for fall 2020 has dropped since last month, according to an admissions and enrollment report.
College admissions teams are having to get creative—and also trying to have some fun—as they work to convince students to enroll at their institutions in the fall.
Theater would seem to be among the hardest classes to teach online but students at Hamilton College went above and beyond their professor’s expectations this spring.
During the nationwide shift to online learning, many faculty members—including those at Hamilton College in New York—weren’t quite sure how students would respond.
It may not be the biggest question facing higher ed but: How does folding paper into some pretty remarkable shapes keep students engaged in a programming class when it suddenly moves online.
The Hamilton College museum’s social justice exhibit kept students engaged in their final Sociology 101 projects, even after the students left campus.
Teachers looking for online learning resources are getting a big boost from the University of Michigan’s free library of digital instructional materials.
Environmentally focused Unity College’s new online/face-to-face hybrid learning program gives students the flexibility to choose how and when they take classes.
The financial disruption wrought by the coronavirus on Purdue University’s research activities is now being calculated with a new tool the institution developed with Microsoft.
In-person fall semesters are taking shape across the country as colleges plan to reopen with terms that start anytime from mid-summer to early October.
Colleges and universities dropping SAT and ACT scores in admissions may be the most positive development for equity in education during coronavirus, one higher ed advocate says.
If college and university campuses remain closed in fall 2020 in favor of online learning, a significant number of students may not attend, according to a survey.
Facing its own budget cuts, Eastern Michigan University offers an online list of coronavirus-related financial impacts at other colleges and universities.
Colleges and universities are beginning to chronicle the history of coronavirus in real time by collecting the stories of their communities’ pandemic experiences.
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