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Solutions provider Anthology says smart, targeted and heartfelt strategies helped generous donations pour in during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With 25,000 faculty, staff and students on campus on any given day this fall, UC San Diego's COVID positivity hovered between 0.17% and 0.43%.
College students don't expect their social lives to go back to a pre-COVID normal for at least another year, and many say they will keep wearing masks well into 2021.
1,400 Columbia University students threaten to withhold tuition payments unless the cost of attendance drops and financial aid increases.
Worsening COVID pandemic brings college faculty the twin stresses of overhauling teaching techniques while helping students cope with trauma and anxiety.
University of Puget Sound President Isiaah Crawford expects Biden-Harris administration to focus on access and affordability in higher education.
The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center notes a steady drop in the percentage of gains being made by institutions from the 2014 cohort.
Participants in a virtual roundtable discussion addressed how they are seeing the impact of COVID-19 on mental health as well as actions they’ve taken to support students.
Encouraging students to follow safety rules during the pandemic involves both offering incentives for being a role model and consequences for concerning behaviors.
In partnership with Henry Ford College, Eastern Michigan University will assist frontline workers in pursuing further education through scholarships.
The university, known for its success around social mobility, has been able to maintain its first- and second-year students through a series of unique initiatives.
COVID-19 has changed the way colleges and universities are viewing the potential of institutional mergers and acquisitions.
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