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Planning a summer construction project is in some respects like planning a summer vacation: The first step is to pick a destination and make sure it matches with what you like to do.
The pandemic and losses in tuition forced many institutions to get creative in the first half of last year, but what are the prospects long-term?
Students will be receiving their diploma covers and celebrating from their vehicles in different ways, depending on the institutions and COVID-19 protocols still in place.
Every Greenfield Community College student has access to a mentor. That’s just one aspect of the wraparound services the college offers as its student body becomes more and more diverse.
Students are refusing to give in on tuition and other demands, calling on alumni to help in their fight.
SAT essay and subject tests are eliminated as COVID drives more colleges and universities to drop the exams. Will these moves boost equity and access?
President Dr. Eli Capilouto discusses the rollout of vaccines, the ongoing efforts around research and health care and the strength of the institution during the crisis.
As the SAT’s influence wanes, colleges and high schools could place more emphasis on students’ performance in AP courses and on AP tests
The 17-5 vote moves the nomination forward for confirmation by the full Senate.
Underrepresented students and community colleges were among those that saw steepest declines in federal student aid applications.
The Centers for Disease Control offers 7 tips to ensure mandates are being followed on and off campus.
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