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Colleges that have investments in the lodging space can take steps to mitigate COVID-19-related cash flow challenges, explore temporary alternative uses and position the investments for future growth.
Students enrolled in online degrees gave high marks to their programs, but students sent home by coronavirus want to return to campus, according to a pair of surveys released this week.
Dozens of college administrations revealing their COVID-era plans to provide face-to-face instruction and on-campus residential experiences in fall 2020.
Students attending a Canadian university that will remain closed in the fall can now enroll in face-to-face classes at a U.S. college in Arizona.
How higher ed leaders are rethinking learning spaces, residence halls, and other campus facility modifications and realities as colleges re-open and prepare for the future.
The coronavirus campus closures and wholesale shift to online learning have taken higher education to a turning point that could result in growing revenue and dropping costs.
University and college fundraising could drop dramatically to or below levels experienced during the Great Recession, as a result of complications relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Admissions marketing spending has increased as higher ed institutions make a push, particularly via Facebook advertising, for online program enrollment.
Meeting the need for life skills lessons for young adults in the age of COVID-19, with financial management and other topics being more important than ever.
Test optional colleges could be creating additional inequities for students with poor socio-economic backgrounds and could even be forcing more testing on students if done improperly.
Higher ed leaders who want to ensure their buildings are safe when reopening campuses during the pandemic have a wealth of technologies that can help make their facilities healthier.
Agreement also includes commitments by the college to reduce senior administrator salaries, protect faculty research and professional development resources, manage faculty workload and more.
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