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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.
Keeping instructors engaged requires a proactive approach that includes giving faculty a meaningful role in decision-making as well as building pride in academic departments and institutions.
University of North Georgia expands counseling services as student mental health issues that were rising pre-COVID have been exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic.
College students' surging demand for mental health care during COVID is raising concerns about burnout among campus counseling staff, a new report shows.
The behavior is being red-flagged by researchers from Florida International and others whose studies show it occurring among students.
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.
Student-moderated unmasked app, which has been adopted by dozens of campuses, gives students a new outlet to connect over mental health concerns and the daily challenges of campus life.
While college students remain positive about the education they received this fall, a significant number question whether they will graduate, according to a new survey.
Researchers at the University of Kentucky say it may be after results of a testing study done on asymptomatic individuals over a 14-day period.
Wellness programming—through positive psychology, mindfulness and self-compassion—is the missing puzzle piece to the college mental health crisis.
A new Lumina Foundation and Gallup study shows the effects COVID-19 is having on students' outcomes, wellbeing and considerations for remaining in college.
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