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The process of plotting the future of a college campus can conclude with a plan that doesn’t involve more physical space—and that’s ok, experts say.
Though colleges and universities are making strides, a newly released Canvas survey on higher education says they must do more to bridge gaps that exist
Alabama’s Spring Hill College joins growing number of schools slashing tuition to maintain enrollment as students cope with COVID pandemic’s economic fallout.
The 2021 U.S. News and World Report annual rankings adjust for key factors affecting students during COVID-19, but many of the elite universities still stay near the top
Emerging Leaders Science Scholars program features financial support for studying abroad, internships, summer courses and faculty mentoring.
Software engineering degree programs are growing steadily while the more Black and Hispanic students are enrolling in some areas of computer science, an annual higher ed study has found.
The rare five-year deal will help offset any financial hardship from a lost fall season and provide students with unique educational opportunities
COVID disruptions have led more colleges of all sizes to go test-optional, dropping admissions requirements for students' SAT and ACT scores.
Despite that success, a familiar front-runner holds the No. 1 position for the fifth straight year, and China is making big inroads into in impact of global research.
Four-year institutions remain steady, while community colleges and rural institutions see declines
The junior college body's partnership with Generation Esports will provide a direct recruiting path for the many students interesting in video gaming.
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