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Colleges and universities announce layoffs, furloughs, program reductions and other budget cuts as COVID economy saps enrollment, fundraising and other revenues.
Enrolling more Black students full-time and supporting them in persisting and graduating anchor the Ventura County Community College District's renewed commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Tricia Bertram Gallant, director of UC San Diego's Academic Integrity Office, says university leaders should 'focus on learning' and 'connection' for the upcoming academic year.
Delaware State University will be the first historically Black college and university to acquire a non-HBCU when it takes over neighboring Wesley College.
College and universities offer their own students and those from other institutions an online year to make up for limited travel and internship opportunities.
Instructors want more professional development in online learning, and said student engagement, along with access and equity concerns, were the biggest challenges
The continuing coronavirus outbreak has not shut down all undergraduate summer research on campus—Hope College in Michigan is one example.
Harvard University will invite 40% of its students back to campus this fall and continue with online learning, while Princeton brings back half its undergraduates and cuts tuition.
Several more colleges this week announced plans to control coronavirus by inviting different groups of students back to campus for different stretches of the 2020-21 academic year.
In just two days, enough professors from the University of Mary Washington agreed to donate their time to help launch a free COVID-19 course in five weeks for students and the community during the summer.
While most college students say their institution has responded well to the coronavirus, a majority don't want to pay full tuition if all of their classes will be online in the 2020-21 school year.
Half of high school class of 2020 graduates says coronavirus altered their higher ed plans, with around 30% now planning to work or put off starting college.
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