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The university's business college is testing an application from startup AstrumU that gives students personalized maps to show the value of a variety of career paths.
Students from underserved communities who aspire to advanced manufacturing and technology jobs will get a boost by building skills in high school.
The University of Akron, which is also freezing tuition, says it is dedicated to 'make higher education as accessible as possible for both current and incoming students.'
U-M's 'Disneyland for robots' will be a high-end learning environment for students, researchers, faculty and company developers who will be pushing technology for humankind.
In-person learning, much fuller residence halls and COVID testing await students at Rider University.
Roger Williams University in Rhode Island has entered into a partnership on scholarships for underserved students.
In a recent survey, many gender minorities express depression, anxiety and feeling 'on edge' over policies and practices at their institutions.
BGSU's sparkling new Maurer Center Schmidthorst College of Business building shows how creative vision can help link the past to the present and provide a powerful environment for student learning.
Solutions provider Apogee has unveiled an interactive report for college and university leaders to see how well-prepared they are to take on the future.
The University of Kentucky became the latest to extend leeway to future students on the inclusion of standardized test scores during the application process.
A new National Clearinghouse Student Research Center report shows additional drops for public four-year institutions and continued struggles for community colleges.
A new Princeton Review report shows the concerns and hopes of students and parents during the 2021 process.
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