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Faculty at a number of colleges and universities are expressing concerns that blocking the spread of COVID-19 isn't addressed adequately in their campus' reopening plan.
Transform bureaucratic orientation, registration, financial aid, advising, counseling, accessibility, career center and other services so that they enable student goals and the academic mission rather than distract from them.
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.
Colleges and universities are expected to experience up to 10% in budget shortfalls and upwards of 13.4% drops in endowments for the 2020-21 school year and need to prepare for this reality sooner rather than later.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect our nation, universities are being tasked with implementing new solutions and protocols to keep their students safe as they return to campus. Join […]
Yale University wants all students back for the 2020-21 academic year but first-year students can only attend the first semester while sophomores can return for the second.
Before the pandemic hit, students spent more on technology than what their classes required and even more waited to purchase these course materials to see if they were necessary, according to a new study.
Bravous Esports and Game Truck provide a recreational vehicle for kids, teens and young adults to achieve. Educators and parents who get on board can benefit, too.
Williams College will cut tuition, room and board by 15% for the coming school year in recognition of the "the uncertainty we face in the year ahead."
Alabama's public colleges and universities will share in $30 million in CARES Act funding to screen all students for COVID as campuses reopen.
Colleges and universities are inviting prospective students back for campus tours with safeguards such as limited building access and one family at a time.
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