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Why there’s no excuse needed for transformational change

After the severe dislocation of COVID, many in higher ed are asking: Will things go back to normal once we are vaccinated and can return to on-campus life?

Texas’ $46M reskill program is helping bring back students

The University of Houston-Downtown is one of dozens of institutions in the state to receive backing to get stopped-out students to pursue degrees and certificates.

Report: New freshmen FAFSA filers fell by 21% in California

Underrepresented students and community colleges were among those that saw steepest declines in federal student aid applications.

9 HBCUs join $130M economic mobility plan to boost South

The colleges and universities will lend support to a massive effort to reinvigorate small businesses and entrepreneurship in seven cities.

CDC: Most students at 6 big universities are wearing masks

The Centers for Disease Control offers 7 tips to ensure mandates are being followed on and off campus.

NAECAD offers premier clinic for esports coaches, directors

At this year's virtual event, those who run programs or want to learn more can take in more than 50 sessions, from K-12 to higher education.

Academic Esports notes: Virtual event set for next week

Several top college esports and industry voices, along with leaders from Full Sail and UCF, will gather for a two-day learning event.

Online giving rises again; how colleges can capitalize in 2021

A new study shows how donations came in during the pandemic and what strategies will be necessary to win them back again in 2021.

3 HBCUs partner on pilot to improve financial literacy

Students at Medgar Evers, Howard and UDC will receive guidance that will help them wisely manage their money, build future investments and achieve wealth.

The game-changing recruiting tool to find academic talent

CEO Casey Welch discusses how students are using Tallo to build their portfolios and how colleges and universities can and should be connecting with them.

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