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Advocates say changes are urgently needed as the COVID economic crisis could create a historically large wave of transfer students, who are more likely to be Black, Latinx and Native American.
Though some note a positive change in lifestyle, many others are struggling with mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic; what colleges can do to help.
New report shows the strains on students who are tying to stay on top of studies while holding down jobs
COVID has reduced Hispanic student enrollment at SUNY Orange, and the college plans to use guided pathways and bilingual academic coaching to bring them back.
A new dashboard that provided clearer information on economic mobility in California shows that educational attainment varies widely by race and region.
The New York university system is mandating all students be tested and not be positive for COVID-19 before being allowed to return home
COVID hasn't shut down career preparation at High Point University in North Carolina. Students connected virtually with global leaders and joined in-person workshops earlier this month.
The Wisconsin college has turned to young leaders to help get their classmates to buy in on adhering to COVID-19 guidance ... and so far, it has worked
The college's School of Music faculty spent months designing and sewing the masks, which have small openings specialized to fit each students' instrument.
But National Student Clearinghouse data shows other students are opting largely to remain at their colleges or are not enrolling
The university is utilizing a $1 million gift to help spark discussions and inspire change to provide hope for those less fortunate
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