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Though damaging, COVID also provided a brief pause and an opportunity to reevaluate university budgets, goals, and relationships with key partners.
Women continue to be underrepresented among the highest earners at institutions across the U.S.
The pandemic and losses in tuition forced many institutions to get creative in the first half of last year, but what are the prospects long-term?
The reality is that for many colleges, especially those with limited resources, COVID has accelerated having to face their economic realities.
Students are refusing to give in on tuition and other demands, calling on alumni to help in their fight.
The University of Arkansas and Shorter College are among those who will be helping to reskill individuals who have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new study shows how donations came in during the pandemic and what strategies will be necessary to win them back again in 2021.
The Michigan university's pitch to families making less than $50,000 could help students overcome one of the biggest barriers to enrolling.
COVID-19 made parents a primary audience, but colleges and universities need to recenter students without losing parental engagement.
Only a small fraction of graduates have found their college's alumni networks "very helpful" in launching their professional lives, studies have shown.
Boosting middle school computer science curriculum anchors a multi-stage strategy developed at Le Moyne College to help revitalize the economy in Syracuse, New York.
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