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An industry leader offers perspective on how COVID-19 has raised the stakes for meaningful advisor-student planning.
The Career Fair gives students the opportunity to land an on-the-spot acceptance and scholarships from HBCUs
Among the categories included in the StuDocu survey of 20,000 U.S. and Canada students were remote learning, safety and diversity
Le Moyne Community Internship Initiative gives students on-the-job experiences they might have missed while strained local businesses and other organizations are getting much-needed help
The New York state system, which put together a huge tournament early on during the pandemic, is raising the bar this fall with the creation of a league of its own
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.
Milwaukee Area Technical College is expanding courses and degree programs it offers bilingually and in Spanish, as it strives for designation as a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
Modernizing the medical residency and fellowship process meant a change in philosophy and outreach for the Wexner Medical Center. Its journey offers a window into how to create that wow factor in recruiting remotely.
Division I college basketball gets an official start date, and it's just before Thanksgiving
The conference's Competition Task Force is leaning on strict protocols, including testing and data, to try to keep its players and staff safe.
Social isolation, health and financial fears, political upheaval and natural disasters are fueling anxiety among college students returning to school online and in-person this fall.
Though colleges and universities are making strides, a newly released Canvas survey on higher education says they must do more to bridge gaps that exist
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