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3 ways college students are feeling about online learning in 2022

Students increasingly expect their schools to offer academic support, career counseling and even social activities online, according to the 2022 CIN EdTech Student Survey by the College Innovation Network at Western Governors University.

How badly did study abroad programs suffer this past school year?

During the 2020-2021 academic year, participation in the programs declined by 96% compared to the previous year, according to a new report from Open Doors.

Can students recover when campus closures dim their college prospects?

An abrupt campus closure—one that comes without warning and with little planning—can do lasting academic damage, an analysis finds.

By the numbers: How different is this fully online university from a traditional one?

Western Governors University president says, 'there's something about just saying we’ve got to disrupt this centuries-old convention that exists.'

The metaverse: Are colleges really light years away from reaching it?

Virtual lectures are nice, but becoming far more interactive over the next 5-10 years should be goal for higher ed leaders.

Howard University goes online amid spike in COVID-19 cases, low quarantine space

With commencement ceremonies a month away and the city seeing a 140% increase, the university isn't taking chances.

Is competency-based education really the elixir higher ed needs to survive?

Southern New Hampshire University President Paul LeBlanc discusses its merits, saying a shift to outcomes can 'unleash innovation.'

How one innovative president sees the unknown future of higher ed developing

Arizona State University's Michael Crow discusses the future of college degrees, lifelong learning, STEM and new technologies.

Will COVID fatigue prevent colleges from new mandates when cases rise?

As institutions have lessened protocols and talked up an endemic phase, a new variant is lurking and spreading rapidly.

College works: Employers say they plan to rev up hiring of 2022 graduates

NACE survey shows massive interest in young workers and a willingness to have them work remotely.

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