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Continuing online classes, suspending large lectures and delaying the semester are among the contingency plans colleges and universities are making, according to published reports.
Higher ed leaders and educators: A pandemic is no time to abandon the idea of community. In fact, it should be a time to double down, says UB guest columnist Scott Mobley, who is executive director of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
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 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.
Medical schools across the country are graduating students early this spring so the new doctors can join the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
College students can use CARES Act cash grants on course materials, technology, food, housing, healthcare and childcare.
Students are reaching back into their pasts to reconnect through the popular game Minecraft, while constructing their campuses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Conversations around race, ethnicity and social justice can be difficult so Stanford University has launched RaceWorks, a free online resource for teaching racial literacy.
With planning and coordination, universities create AV-enabled environments that attract prospective students (including gamers) and that will continue to engage learners and faculty returning to campus this fall, says UB guest columnist Joé Lloyd, of AVIXA.
One of the first things campus orchestra director Chad Hutchinson did when Eastern Michigan University shut down its campus was to make a self-care video for his music students.
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