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Davidson College, Southern New Hampshire University and other institutions are loosening tuition requirements to help students weather the coronavirus economic crisis.
The University of Missouri, the University of Arizona and many other schools face layoffs, furloughs and instructional cuts as leaders contend with the coronavirus economic crisis.
Some experts say competency-based learning could follow as college leaders look to innovate to cope with the impacts of coronavirus campus closures.
With the demand for virtual campus tours surging as coronavirus closures eliminate in-person visit options, admissions administrators are seeing the importance of offering prospective students a robust online visit experience.
The Chicago-based university will be featured at the inaugural October event that serves the higher education and K-12 competitive gaming community.
Continuing online classes, suspending large lectures and delaying the semester are among the contingency plans colleges and universities are making, according to published reports.
Research examines higher education facility project activity before and during COVID-19 campus closures. Here's what higher ed leaders need to know and what action can be taken before campuses re-open.
Leaders, faculty and staff at Grand Valley State University and The University of Tennessee are reaching out to check on students' well-being and notify them of campus resources.
Immanuel Quickley, a sophomore soon headed to the NBA, seals online victory in style, singing One Shining Moment in the final of a 64-team tournament.
Students on several campuses have filed lawsuits demanding tuition refunds, arguing that the online classes they are now taking don't match the quality of in-person instruction. But colleges cite new expenses.
Students suddenly struggling to pay tuition beyond their scholarships and loans can try to increase their financial aid packages with help from a free online service called SwiftStudent.
College students are in line for summer scholarships and financial aid in the wake of campus disruptions caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
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