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College and university students deserve a range of guaranteed consumer protections, according to a Tuition Payer Bill of Rights released Wednesday by a coalition of advocacy organizations.
College leaders dropping plans for in-person instruction in favor of online learning welcome small handful of students back to campus, despite COVID concerns.
The decision to open up campuses for live instruction, stick with remote delivery or implement a hybrid situation has both short- and long-term financial ramifications.
In the wake of COVID-19, college and university leaders can learn a lot from their fully online peers—which have been iterating for years on how best to deliver online education.
A combination of tech tools is needed for distance learning, from video streaming and web conferencing to recorded video.
Family bubbles,' waiting rooms and priority elevator access are a few ways to prevent COVID's spread as colleges and universities reopen for the fall semester.
Unity College will shift permanently to a hybrid online learning model that will offer students lower tuition and could also lead to a sale of the school's campus in Maine.
College libraries, already a key source of digital literacy lessons, are finding new ways to offer guidance to students as online learning continues into the fall.
The university's CHIME team is getting the project-based learning experience of a lifetime, working with the World Health Organization and the Pan-American Health Organization.
As the fall semester gets closer, higher education leaders are finalizing complex plans about reopening campuses safely, plans that must be able to change at a moment's notice as the pandemic continues.
Ensuring students are tested for COVID before returning is one of the big challenges facing University of New Haven leaders reopening for the fall semester.
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