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Although the ‘back to normal’ saying brings promise to light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, it does not inspire progress nor sound inviting to incoming students.
Most institutions that are relaxing guidelines are strongly encouraging their communities to get preventive COVID-19 doses.
Holding an in-person commencement during a pandemic is no simple undertaking and requires even more careful planning. But sometimes the harder path is the correct path to take.
The university continues to surpass its targets with a simple strategy: be innovative, prioritize students.
New research from Washington State and Virginia Commonwealth shows positive outcomes from robust interaction with animals.
The Federal Student Aid office is highly critical of the operations of the Florida Coastal School of Law.
This year's most creative real-world community college solutions address the pandemic, environment and health.
On the same weekend it is celebrating its 2021 Class, the university brings back last year's graduates for an in-person ceremony.
With more disposable income around the world, the demand for higher education could grow beyond the ability of ‘physical’ infrastructure to accommodate it.
Borders and barriers: Empathy in recruitment is essential to provide more certainty for international students as the U.S. approaches herd immunity.
Supporting vulnerable students and suppressing COVID will be the priorities for college leaders distributing newly-released American Rescue Plan funds.
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