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Half of high school class of 2020 graduates says coronavirus altered their higher ed plans, with around 30% now planning to work or put off starting college.
Students attending a Canadian university that will remain closed in the fall can now enroll in face-to-face classes at a U.S. college in Arizona.
How did Metropolitan State University of Denver reinvent itself during a time of change and uncertainty? Here are 5 lessons learned.
Johnson C. Smith University professor John Cash says universities that provide enriching curriculum and play for a diverse pool of students can spark future success in the multi-billion-dollar gaming field.
Admissions marketing spending has increased as higher ed institutions make a push, particularly via Facebook advertising, for online program enrollment.
Test optional colleges could be creating additional inequities for students with poor socio-economic backgrounds and could even be forcing more testing on students if done improperly.
Rather than focusing solely on "opening," university leaders should think about access and equity–how to remove the obstacles students will face upon returning to campus.
Regional colleges, large state flagship universities and small private schools have reported enrollment surges even as the country grapples with a recession and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Grand View University director Dana Hustedt provides both sides of the esports recruiting process: from the student's and coach's point of views.
California Lutheran University believed to be first in nation to enact policy that gives students who took Advanced Placement classes and registered for spring exams maximum credit.
Educators in District of Columbia Public Schools have launched the first-of-its-kind DCPS Persists program to pair graduates with coaches to counsel the students throughout college.
Economic downturns generally lead to substantial enrollment growth at community colleges, and leaders at Madison Area Technical College in Wisconsin are working quickly to adapt their curriculum to emerging workforce needs.
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