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Matt Zalaznick
Biden directs Office of Civil Rights to study COVID's disparate impacts on college students, including those attending historically black colleges and universities and other minority-serving institutions. Read more>>

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Matt Zalaznick
University of North Georgia expands counseling services as student mental health issues that were rising pre-COVID have been exacerbated by the ongoing pandemic. Read more>>


Kermit S. Randa, UB guest columnist
5 tips from a higher ed financial software executive on reforecasting to address the “new normal” for colleges and universities Read more>>


Atlanta Business Chronicle
On Jan. 13, Apple and Atlanta-based Southern Co. (NYSE:SO) announced they would each invest $25 million to build the Propel Center, a technology and innovation hub for students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Read more>>

The Los Angeles Times
"California's universities are playing national leadership roles in weakening the SAT/ACT in college admissions," said Ray Rosner, executive director of the Princeton Review Foundation, a nonprofit advocate for fair testing. Read more>>