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Study abroad options will increase for U.S. students, but the COVID-19 pandemic is still a factor.
Rhodes College in Tennessee is mandating vaccines after FDA approval and installing a tough penalty for those don't get them.
The guide addresses safety, response and recovery strategies as well as best practices in funding and delivering assistance to underserved populations.
A stronger focus on sexual assault prevention would be the most powerful change to Title IX, a commenter said during this week's Office for Civil Rights virtual hearing on updating the law.
College students still face hurdles in trying to get benefits, and those may become restrictive again once the pandemic emergency is over.
With students still slow to embrace vaccines and a July 4 target looming, the Administration is asking institutions for their help.
While trying to protect younger populations, state also stresses importance of pitching merits of higher education.
A new study from Seton Hall University shows that those fans are optimistic, but cautious, about attending games.
The question now vexing colleges is how to safely reopen on-ground learning with a pandemic in retreat. It’s a nice problem to have, but it still has to be solved.
A continually creative approach to activities and meeting student needs during the pandemic has kept campus thriving and fun.
The IU system is mandating that all staff, faculty and students get preventive COVID doses, bucking trends among institutions from Republican-led areas.
The CDC's new guidance has forced institutions to rethink how they will conduct their spring ceremonies.
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