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At the University of Rochester in New York, students can use the Grubhub app to place meal orders from dining halls and pick up groceries from the campus food market.
By mid-summer, the University of Rochester had reopened about 140 lab spaces, allowing bout 675 researchers to go back to work.
College libraries, already a key provider of digital literacy and wellness, are finding new ways to offer guidance to students as online learning continues into the fall on most campuses.
The key to completing the fall semester at the University of New Haven—and at colleges across the nation—will be holding community COVID infections down.
Reducing costs and expanding access to higher education are the goals of new federal distance learning regulations, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos says.
Depression and anxiety are rising during COVID, particularly among low-income students, students of color, women, LGBTQ+ students and students who are caregivers.
First-generation college students faced greater difficulties adapting to online learning, and more severe financial hardships and uncomfortable home environments.
The cybersecurity challenges colleges and universities face during the COVID are growing more in scale than in style, a panel of chief information security officers said Wednesday.
McDaniel College this fall semester will use a traffic-light-style color code to keep students informed about the status of COVID suppression efforts on campus.
Students checking into the University of Central Florida this week are getting COVID tests, room keys and welcome bags without leaving their cars.
COVID forced Capital University to delay in-person but administrators wanted students to begin connecting with each other and with faculty virtually.
Student loan debt swelled to $1.67 trillion while continuing campus COVID disruptions have students growing leerier of the costs of earning a degree, according to a survey released Wednesday.
Most college students in Vermont are eager to re-enroll for the fall semester, but online learning and financial concerns are dampening their enthusiasm.
Administrators looking to bring greater fairness to career outcomes for underrepresented students can look to a coalition of CEOs that is pivoting to bolster supports for historically black colleges and universities.
Another wave of colleges and universities are cutting tuition this week as COVID convinces campus leaders to stick with online and remote learning for the fall semester.
More than half of business leaders say they have slowed recruiting on college campuses since the COVID outbreak this spring, according to a survey released Thursday.
The number of college students exploring the idea of transferring has surged since the COVID outbreak, says a provider of higher education transfer software.
College and university tech leaders are providing new ways for remote students to do hands-on work as online learning remains the predominant platform for instruction on most campuses.
College and university students deserve a range of guaranteed consumer protections, according to a Tuition Payer Bill of Rights released Wednesday by a coalition of advocacy organizations.
Community colleges with market-driven credential pathways are in line for a financial boost from a program designed to lift students’ economic mobility.
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