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A College Pulse survey notes that Republican students are more likely to say they will not get COVID-19 vaccines.
One professor from an institution that just mandated COVID-19 vaccination for the fall offers his take and what campuses might look like.
A University of Nebraska report shows declines with students living at home, but what will happen when they all return in the fall?
Georgetown, George Washington, American and Bowdoin are among the latest group requiring students to get vaccinated. Many others are still deciding.
Mike Huseby, the CEO of Barnes & Noble Education, discusses the value of colleges and universities forging strategies over the next decade to meet student needs.
Sacred Heart, North Texas and other institutions have forged unique strategies to prevent students from going hungry.
With many higher education institutions setting the tone on climate change and sustainability, their leaders are hopeful that the nation can follow their lead.
With CDC and FDA reports of rare blood clots, institutions have to change their plans on the fly. Will that affect how their populations are vaccinated before the summer?
While some safety measures will remain intact, the University of California San Diego expects a more traditional experience in 2021-22.
Bloomberg Philanthropies and its Greenwood Initiative make another huge donation to help those in underserved communities, this time through mobile vaccination units.
Vaccination mandates are in effect for the fall for at least a dozen institutions, and many are providing doses on their campuses.
The New Jersey university is planning a bigger, better live schedule this year, focused on individual colleges and a main event that includes Olympic gold medalist Dara Torres.
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