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The University of Houston-Downtown is one of dozens of institutions in the state to receive backing to get stopped-out students to pursue degrees and certificates.
Underrepresented students and community colleges were among those that saw steepest declines in federal student aid applications.
The colleges and universities will lend support to a massive effort to reinvigorate small businesses and entrepreneurship in seven cities.
A new study shows how donations came in during the pandemic and what strategies will be necessary to win them back again in 2021.
Students at Medgar Evers, Howard and UDC will receive guidance that will help them wisely manage their money, build future investments and achieve wealth.
The Michigan university's pitch to families making less than $50,000 could help students overcome one of the biggest barriers to enrolling.
With the fall semester behind us, new data brings greater definition to how the pandemic will impact higher ed enrollment and revenues in 2021.
The university's Sorenson Impact Center says 'rightsizing', not downsizing. is key to ensuring students' futures. It is looking for partners on its MAPS Project to help in this mission.
COVID-19 made parents a primary audience, but colleges and universities need to recenter students without losing parental engagement.
Their efforts to improve services while keeping students engaged and healthy amid COVID-19 are lauded by NASPA committee.
A collection of articles from ReportOUT looks at how colleges and universities have adapted to this crisis moment and what will make them successful in the future.
To fortify a healthy and sustainable financial infrastructure, higher education leaders need to adopt a growth mindset and accelerate financial and operational decision-making and implementation processes across their institutions.
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