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Universities public and private are offering substantial new scholarship programs to diversify their campuses in the wake of nationwide anti-racist protests and the financial impacts of coronavirus.
Agreement also includes commitments by the college to reduce senior administrator salaries, protect faculty research and professional development resources, manage faculty workload and more.
Social distancing means all Eastern Michigan University students can have single rooms in residence halls—along with a credit to reduce the cost.
Columbia University has launched a loan fund to help small upper Manhattan businesses recover as other colleges around the country offer free counseling and other programs.
Regional colleges, large state flagship universities and small private schools have reported enrollment surges even as the country grapples with a recession and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"I have been pulled over driving while black more times than I can remember," Emerson College President Lee Pelton said in a campus message responding to the death of George Floyd and detailing his experiences of racism.
California Lutheran University believed to be first in nation to enact policy that gives students who took Advanced Placement classes and registered for spring exams maximum credit.
How Beloit College leaders connected students and alumni for a virtual mentoring program to help graduates secure jobs during the COVID-19 crisis.
New York Tech courses for educators cover the technical and pedagogical challenges of e-learning—and teachers can complete a microcredential online over the summer.
Federal emergency student grants provided by the CARES Act will no longer be limited to students who receive Title IV aid, the Department of Education announced late on Thursday.
Environmentally focused Unity College's new online/face-to-face hybrid learning program gives students the flexibility to choose how and when they take classes.
Wellesley College in Massachusetts furthers its partnership with nearby Newton-Wellesley Hospital to bring more comprehensive student health care to campus.
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