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Students have increasing confidence their college will protect them from COVID but are beginning to worry about career preparation.
With distribution expected to begin before the end of 2020, college philosophy departments can guide public health officials in deciding who gets the vaccine first.
However, some respondents in the latest Anthology report note their dissatisfaction with communications, courses and campus environments during the pandemic.
Through technology called Occuspace, institutions are able to track foot traffic in their buildings and make safe decisions about limiting capacity.
Available to any higher education institution, they have helped identify how frequently testing needs to happen … and helped Rensselaer manage its infection rates.
University of Central Florida has enlisted dozens of students in paid and volunteer positions to educate their peers—in-persona and online—about safe COVID behaviors behaviors
Responding to a pandemic with a closed university presented a challenge for this elite private college in New England. But it had a plan reach students in unique ways.
Options for helping students, staff and visitors avoid touching shared surfaces and interacting face-to-face during the pandemic and beyond.
Social isolation, health and financial fears, political upheaval and natural disasters are fueling the rising anxiety among college students, whether they’re on campus or online this fall.
Though some note a positive change in lifestyle, many others are struggling with mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic; what colleges can do to help.
Grand Valley State University's myBlueLaker virtual assistant app aims to help students with answers to more than 7,000 questions.
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