Rutgers to require students have COVID vaccine by fall

Hoping for a 'safe and robust return' for the 2021-22 year, the university is believed to be the first to make it a requirement.

Double Pell! 1,200 colleges, advocates ask Congress to act

A coalition of colleges and universities, along with education organizations, draft letter to political leaders asking to increase grant money for students.

The $3T question: Is help coming for community college students?

Inclusion of free tuition and supports in the next stimulus proposal would provide assistance to those struggling to afford and receive a quality education.

It’s official: 2020 H.S. grads enrolling in college fell 6.8%

The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center amends its enrollment figures and they still aren't positive.

College-bound arts students want in-person experiences, study says

A new report shows what high school arts students and their parents think of virtual learning, virtual performances and virtual tours.

Oregon St. accepts resignation of President Alexander

OSU's move comes just days after he was placed on probation for his reported role in a scandal at Louisiana State University.

Why applications are soaring at this N.J. institution

Innovative programs, a focus on STEM and reputation have made applying to the New Jersey Institute of Technology a must.

Fenway Park to host commencements for 2 Boston universities

The two universities opt for outdoor ceremonies, where guests will be limited but the experience second to none.

BYU Hawaii finds right formula for COVID-19 testing success

Led by new president John Kauwe and a partnership with Nomi Health, the university does well in keeping its students and the surrounding community in this unique paradise safe.

‘Art of the possible’: How one university embraced 2020-21

For High Point University, a little 'faithful courage' meant a 5.4% jump in enrollment and a safe but more normal campus experience for its students.

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