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From free community college tuition to expansion of the Pell Grants, an inside look at the sweeping proposal designed to boost student retention and completion.
A free tuition offer and other perks are available to first-time students who agree to enroll at the Ohio university.
How small Cedar Crest College has showed strength during the pandemic and what it envisions campus, activities and academics will look like in 2021-22.
Massachusetts community colleges, Baylor make firm decisions on whether to mandate COVID-19 doses.
California colleges start to make bold decisions on reopening in the fall; several other private institutions also say they will require them, including the University of Pennsylvania and University of Massachusetts.
Will the decision by two massive public institutions lead to others instituting the same requirement pending full authorization?
A College Pulse survey notes that Republican students are more likely to say they will not get COVID-19 vaccines.
One professor from an institution that just mandated COVID-19 vaccination for the fall offers his take and what campuses might look like.
A University of Nebraska report shows declines with students living at home, but what will happen when they all return in the fall?
Higher education leaders across the country impart strong messages after the trial result in the murder of George Floyd and offer support for their communities.
Georgetown, George Washington, American and Bowdoin are among the latest group requiring students to get vaccinated. Many others are still deciding.
A highly vaccinated student body could allow campuses to reopen more fully but some states may prohibit universities from requiring inoculations.
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