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How to join Dept. of Education virtual hearing on Title IX changes

Better enforcing Title IX anti-discrimination rules on college campuses will be the topic of a June virtual hearing held by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.

At colleges, vaccine mandates slow and lifting masks rises

Most institutions that are relaxing guidelines are strongly encouraging their communities to get preventive COVID-19 doses.

Purdue expects record 10,000-plus in freshman class

The university continues to surpass its targets with a simple strategy: be innovative, prioritize students.

Could dog therapy be key to help failing students?

New research from Washington State and Virginia Commonwealth shows positive outcomes from robust interaction with animals.

Education Dept. denies for-profit’s reinstatement request

The Federal Student Aid office is highly critical of the operations of the Florida Coastal School of Law.

Top 12 community college innovations include MaskKito

This year's most creative real-world community college solutions address the pandemic, environment and health.

‘Triumphant’! 2020 Miami-Ohio class honored in person

On the same weekend it is celebrating its 2021 Class, the university brings back last year's graduates for an in-person ceremony.

Calbright given ultimatum: Improve or be closed after 2022

State audit shows critical failures of the online college to deliver on its mission to serve adult students and provide essential pathways to careers.

Stanford athletes sue over program cuts, claim Title IX violation

Student-athletes in eight of 11 sports programs at Stanford say they were misled by the university; athletes from five teams claim those deepened gender inequity.

Building trust in vaccines a challenge at community colleges

Hesitancy has been prevalent at one Manhattan institution, where a mandate was just imposed, but leaders are getting creative in getting information to students, faculty.

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