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Those facing mounting debt get a reprieve until September to repay, but will they receive further assistance in the future? The new president had bold ideas in the election run-up.
A team of university leaders are not only giving out grades for pandemic sites but urging institutions to share information to help communities across the U.S.
The hub for innovation and technology, which will operate virtually and at a campus in Atlanta, will serve students from all of their locations.
Stanford University researchers say superspreader events that extend beyond campus can occur, though institutions did well to mitigate them in the fall.
Research from North Carolina State and Clemson show the disparities among various groups around mental health impacts during the pandemic and how institutions can help.
The University of Alabama is allowing its staff, faculty and student workers to receive benefits beyond the expiration of the national program that ended in December.
In a new study, the Centers for Disease Control notes higher incidences of the virus in counties during fall 2020 reopening than at those that remained remote.
Purdue, Butler and Indiana are among the universities that will help host the marquee men's basketball tournament.
The American College Health Association is pressing the CDC for a late-spring rollout of vaccination among students.
Northwest Florida State College's sustainability efforts can serve as a model for others looking to cut consumption and spending.
HBCUs have debt erased, while the new stimulus deal expands the Pell grant recipient pool and improves the FAFSA application process.
New Dean of Admissions Robert Alexander discusses how this top research university has found 'opportunities' amid the obstacles and challenges of 2020.
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