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March 12, 2020
Colleges and universities across the country are scrambling to prepare for the new coronavirus. Updates from Wed., March 11.

March 11, 2020
As elite institutions close campuses or switch to online courses, regional and community colleges are planning for the worst. How will they fare?

March 11, 2020
A roundup of how the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on higher education.

March 11, 2020
The School of Architecture at Taliesin has reversed a decision to close. But its battle with a related foundation reveals stresses and shortcomings affecting college governance.

March 11, 2020
With COVID-19 cases growing abroad and at home, some U.S. colleges are urging students, faculty and staff to ditch personal travel plans, while other institutions are requiring those that do travel to report possible exposure to the coronavirus.

March 11, 2020
As universities across the country move instruction online to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, they're also trying to curtail student activities and interactions outside of classrooms that can contribute to community spread.

March 10, 2020
Wave of universities suspend face-to-face instruction while higher education groups cancel annual meetings. Roundup of news from Mon., March 9.

March 10, 2020
In a move consumer groups said was long overdue, the Department of Veterans Affairs took aim at Temple, Phoenix and three other universities, saying they've misled prospective students.

March 10, 2020
They could soon be a reality for professors at Sam Houston State U.

March 10, 2020
American Council on Education's decision could have a ripple effect on other upcoming conferences, as the association is often looked to as a leader among higher education groups.

March 10, 2020
Awareness and adoption of open educational resources continue to grow, a new report suggests. But the movement could be overshadowed by publisher initiatives like inclusive access.

March 9, 2020
Colleges shift classes online, more conferences are canceled and basketball games are played in empty stadiums. A roundup of the latest COVID-19 developments in higher ed.

March 9, 2020
Several West Coast universities have moved instruction to remote learning. Faculty are now left to figure out what that means for students.

March 9, 2020
As the coronavirus spreads across the United States and the world, colleges are deciding how to protect not only their students, but their wallets.

March 9, 2020
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have different ideas about college affordability and higher education policy, both in their approaches and the specificity of their plans.

March 9, 2020
Vocal students and faculty members at George Washington University believe the administration's strategic plan is a step backward for diversity and will make GW "whiter and richer." They want the plan and the university president gone.

March 6, 2020
Private nonprofit college plans to absorb part of a shuttered for-profit chain. Backers say the business college stood out from its peers and provides key competencies for educating working adults online.

March 6, 2020
New guidance on COVID-19 from the CDC, the American College Health Association and the Department of Education can help colleges prepare for possible cases.

March 6, 2020
Less than 10 percent of students at Grand Valley State University are Latinx. That hasn't stopped the university from making them a focus of supports.

March 6, 2020
UPDATE: The University of Washington, one of the U.S. institutions most affected by the coronavirus, moves to all-remote classes amid preparations for a possible escalation.

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