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College students still face hurdles in trying to get benefits, and those may become restrictive again once the pandemic emergency is over.
A continually creative approach to activities and meeting student needs during the pandemic has kept campus thriving and fun.
Leaders at Ryerson University and design firm Perkins&Will share thoughts on creating vertical structures that serve academia and the surrounding neighborhoods.
How this Canadian institution found 300,000 square feet of space on its tight downtown campus for a Health Sciences complex while incorporating the cityscape into the design.
The IU system is mandating that all staff, faculty and students get preventive COVID doses, bucking trends among institutions from Republican-led areas.
The Florida Institute of Technology is planning on in-person classes and a much fuller campus in August, leaning on the successes it had during the 2020-21 academic year.
The California college is looking forward to fall, when it says it could have 90-95% of its student body vaccinated.
How small Cedar Crest College has showed strength during the pandemic and what it envisions campus, activities and academics will look like in 2021-22.
The university will assist in research and development of Starbucks' core initiatives that help communities.
A University Business Web Seminar With student safety a top priority for all schools, 2020 forced colleges and universities to seek innovative solutions for their on-campus access and payment needs. […]
Sacred Heart, North Texas and other institutions have forged unique strategies to prevent students from going hungry.
While some safety measures will remain intact, the University of California San Diego expects a more traditional experience in 2021-22.
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