June 25, 2020
Colleges Brace for Potential Increased Need for Mental Health Services
Colleges Brace for Potential Increased Need for Mental Health Services
As colleges prepare for a school year unlike any other—will classes be in person or online? How can students stay safe in dorms?—their counseling centers are […]
June 23, 2020
Thousands of community college students withdraw after a lost semester amid coronavirus
Thousands of community college students withdraw after a lost semester amid coronavirus
Stevie Carpenter dropped out of high school, earned his GED, enrolled at L.A. City College and at age 25 has been accepted to attend UC Davis […]
June 21, 2020
Why Some Universities are Seeing an Influx?
Why Some Universities are Seeing an Influx?
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — On a crisp day in November, three young men gathered at the tiny municipal airport in Morgantown, just minutes from West Virginia University’s […]
June 20, 2020
If I were a university president for one day – aka being a president during COVID-19 pandemic. Should universities open for the fall or should they remain in on-line mode? That is the question
Drew University in New Jersey, where I currently study, is going through big administration changes. The biggest change happening this summer is the departure of the […]
June 19, 2020
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany
MS. MCENANY:  Hello, everyone.  This past Father’s Day weekend, we saw violence across the country, but we saw scant media coverage of this violence. Let’s be […]
June 18, 2020
Businesses, Colleges Plead With Trump To Preserve Work Visas
Businesses, Colleges Plead With Trump To Preserve Work Visas
June 17, 2020
China’s next plan to dominate international tech standard
China’s next plan to dominate international tech standard
SpaceX has banned use of Zoom for remote operations. So have Google, Apple, NASA, and New York City schools. Earlier this week, the FBI warned about Zoom teleconferences and […]
June 16, 2020
5 for a Plexiglass Shield: Purdue Asks for Donations to Fund a Safe Return to Campus
$135 for a Plexiglass Shield: Purdue Asks for Donations to Fund a Safe Return to Campus
Purdue University is outlining how much money it needs for plexiglass barriers, Covid-19 protection kits for students, and lab masks when it returns to instruction in […]
June 14, 2020
Enrollments Could Rise While Tuition Revenue Falls, Moody’s Says
Higher education enrollments could increase between 2 and 4 percent in fall 2020, according to a new report by Moody’s Investors Service. The new forecast follows past […]
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