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Facing its own budget cuts, Eastern Michigan University offers an online list of coronavirus-related financial impacts at other colleges and universities.
Newly released recommendations for safely reopening colleges and universities during the COVID-19 pandemic might not be feasible for some schools, but higher ed leaders still have options.
If college and university campuses remain closed in fall 2020 in favor of online learning, a significant number of students may not attend, according to a survey.
With campuses closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, career services teams have gotten creative about delivering programs virtually.
Encouraging donations by connecting with supporters on a deeper level is important now, particularly when many may face financial constraints due to COVID-19, says UB guest columnist Adam Weinger.
Concerns over a second wave of coronavirus later this year will keep courses at one of the nation's largest higher educations systems, The California State University, mostly online in fall 2020.
Contact tracing of individuals diagnosed with coronavirus has become a new academic program at colleges and universities as states and communities attempt to reopen despite the continued spread of COVID-19.
Ten New Jersey universities and colleges launch "New Jersey Scholar Corps" to convince students to return home to complete degrees and help the state recover from coronavirus.
The coronavirus and COVID-19 are making it onto the curriculum at a growing number of colleges and universities that will teach the economics of pandemics and community service.
While 28 million Americans have canceled education plans due to coronavirus, others are considering enrolling soon, with nondegree programs getting the closest look.
This weekend's Tech 4 Covid online event, hosted in partnership with charity Cxmmunity, features a huge list of celebrities who will be streaming and offering educational guidance in hopes of raising $10 million.
Though sedentary behavior and screen time raise cause for concern, especially during the coronavirus pandemic, experts agree that setting too many boundaries for students can lead to negative outcomes.
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