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July 1, 2021
Yale is one of several institutions to receive significant financial support from entertainment executive and philanthropist David Geffen.

July 1, 2021
Using a loan designed specifically for historically Black colleges and universities, Bethune-Cookman was able to refinance a dorm that would have cost the university $306 million.

July 1, 2021
An experiment suggests colleges can help students bypass remedial courses for college-level classes by using algorithms instead of placement tests to predict academic outcomes.

July 1, 2021
Arkansas State University Scott Bruce, athletic training Jessica Curtis, psychology Katerina Hill, marketing Donghoon Kim, computer science Jeff McLaughlin, theater Marcus Tribbett, English Carleton College Daniel Hernández, biology V. Constanza Ocampo-Raeder, Latin American studies Asuka Sango, religion Katie St. Clair, mathematics and statistics David Tompkins, history

June 30, 2021
After months of delay and amid mounting pressure, UNC Chapel Hill trustees approve tenure for Nikole Hannah-Jones.  

June 30, 2021
The combined 2U-edX company will be a larger threat to Coursera, which has become the behemoth of the online education space.

June 30, 2021
Does it always have to be investigated in depth or end a professor’s career? UNC Wilmington doesn’t think so, but a trustee disagrees.

June 30, 2021
Arizona executive order barring public colleges from mandating COVID-19 vaccines, testing and mask wearing is expected to be codified into law.

June 30, 2021
The current benefits available for higher education aren’t helping the students who need them most, experts told members of the House’s tax-writing committee.

June 30, 2021
Joshua Baker, vice president of instructional services at Pikes Peak Community College, in Colorado, has been selected as president of Mountwest Community and Technical College, in West Virginia. Wayne D. Lewis Jr., dean of the School of Education at Belmont University, in Tennessee, has been chosen as president of Houghton College, in New York.

June 29, 2021
Online learning provider company to buy assets of nonprofit MOOC pioneer to create a new entity reaching 50 million learners.

June 29, 2021
UNC Chapel Hill trustees will hold a special meeting Wednesday, one day before the end of six trustees’ terms, reportedly to vote on tenure for Nikole Hannah-Jones.

June 29, 2021
As college students across the country face food and housing insecurity, Democrats in Congress are hoping to pass legislation that can help.

June 29, 2021
The Maine Community College System will train hundreds of rural students in remote work skills as the pandemic continues to shift the American job landscape.

June 29, 2021
Some institutions are seeing surging demand for housing. A few are offering students money to dampen the impact.

June 29, 2021
Clarke University, in Iowa, is starting a bachelor of applied studies. Dakota State University is starting a bachelor's degree in artificial intelligence in organizations.

June 28, 2021
National Academy of Sciences and National Institutes of Health announce efforts they’ve taken against harassers, including seeing them removed from grants and booted out.  

June 28, 2021
While some colleges and universities have announced tuition freezes for the upcoming academic year, most institutions are planning to raise tuition by about 2 percent.

June 28, 2021
Nassau Community College and Adelphi University are partnering to provide community college students with a residential university experience.

June 25, 2021
The value of the Pell Grant hasn’t kept up with the cost of college, making a substantial increase in the maximum award amount worthy of support from both sides of the aisle.

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