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COVID forced Capital University to delay in-person but administrators wanted students to begin connecting with each other and with faculty virtually.
Most college students in Vermont are eager to re-enroll for the fall semester, but online learning and financial concerns are dampening their enthusiasm.
At Oklahoma State University, a data analytics-driven approach to contact tracing allows for efficient, accurate results on who may have been exposed to someone who is COVID-positive.
Due to COVID-19, students with celiac disease or gluten sensitivities may rely more on campus dining. Here's a look at dining program initiatives that will help keep them safe.
While no one knows if colleges and universities are doing enough to ensure that student-athletes remain healthy, recent data may provide a clue of what to expect.
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.
William & Mary, which sharing its open-source COVID checker with Virginia's colleges and universities, may suspend IT services of campus users who don't monitor their health.
Molloy College, Hofstra University, Adelphi University and Nassau Community College, all with campuses in Hempstead, are receiving $2 million in CARES Act funding each from the town's $133 million total fund.
Here's how Bryant University’s COVID testing protocols, and efforts to obtain quick results, will protect the health and safety of its campus community as it reopens.
The interim suspensions involve a group of students at Syracuse University, which opened its campus several days ago with strong security measures in place.
At the University of Rochester in New York, students can use the Grubhub app to place meal orders from dining halls and pick up groceries from the campus food market.
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