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COVID disruptions have led more colleges of all sizes to go test-optional, dropping admissions requirements for students' SAT and ACT scores.
With careful planning, college and university leaders can provide safe on-campus dining options and experiences.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, new concerns have prompted two legislators to ask the CDC to offer new guidance for smoking and vaping on campus
Through smart planning and pitches, California Lutheran is giving a select group of students the opportunity to experience safer in-person instruction outdoors.
The historic donation by Bloomberg's philanthropic organization will help ensure future doctors can continue their careers and serve communities in need
Four-year institutions remain steady, while community colleges and rural institutions see declines
The junior college body's partnership with Generation Esports will provide a direct recruiting path for the many students interesting in video gaming.
The university is providing an extra layer of support and mental health care help through the partnership.
Washington Monthly's study highlights colleges and universities that provide students with opportunities that lead to well-paying jobs.
Access, affordability and skills are the three key elements of the digital device that leaves some college students unable to participate in online learning.
The 'Gen 10' recipients of the prizes - $1 million total over the next 10 years - will come from underserved backgrounds, with each university granting its own award.
Studies have shown that students who are more receptive to a variety of cultures and faiths – and can bridge gaps that may exist – will enjoy more positive experiences later in life and especially in the workplace.
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