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Keeping instructors engaged requires a proactive approach that includes giving faculty a meaningful role in decision-making as well as building pride in academic departments and institutions.
Early college high school programs where students experience the intensity of college courses and earn credits are “underutilized and under-resourced,” says a new report.
Until 2020, college enrollment had increased in every recession since the 1960s, with students choosing higher education over sluggish labor markets, the report says.
Advocates are calling on President-elect Joe Biden to repeal the Muslim travel ban, reinstate DACA and take several other actions to support international students.
Columbia University students threatening to withhold tuition will lead a day of action and rally Sunday to urge more concessions from school leaders.
Universities large and small, along with their students and leaders, are joining the Herculean effort to vaccine more than 328 million Americans against COVID.
Younger college students who are parents need more support from campus leaders, says a new report that also provides more demographic details about these students.
Leaders from across the higher education system reacted with horror Thursday to the attack by followers of outgoing President Donald Trump on the U.S. Capitol building.
While college students remain positive about the education they received this fall, a significant number question whether they will graduate, according to a new survey.
The group of public colleges will share student services, business operations, various aspects of instruction and other campus functions.
Since the action began in early December, nearly 4,000 students have signed a pledge to withhold spring tuition payments beginning Jan. 22.
AmeriCorps partners with colleges in new Schools of National Service affordability program to match scholarships for students with public service experience.
Student-moderated unmasked app, which has been adopted by dozens of campuses, gives students a new outlet to connect over mental health concerns and the daily challenges of campus life.
A new higher ed ranking tailored uniquely to the COVID era and its aftermath attempts to measure the return on investment of each college’s online degree programs.
High school students logging into online learning sessions a University of Kentucky graduate find a social studies classroom starring Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Michelle Obama and other celebrities.
More than a third of students reconsider enrolling in college while many others explore career-oriented alternatives due to the COVID, a new survey finds.
Incarcerated Californians will seek bachelor’s degrees in a prison classroom alongside Claremont Colleges students in the nation’s first “inside-out” higher ed program.
With president-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration approaching, the chorus is growing for the new administration to take action on student loan debt cancellation.
Fears that students returning to college this fall would cause a COVID surge were unfounded at four universities that detailed their effective response plans this week.
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign developed an app so students could show they were keeping up with COVID testing.
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