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September 15, 2021
The lawsuit could have far-reaching implications for the growing online study guide industry.

September 15, 2021
College students in Texas will face stricter registration and voting rules when casting ballots on campus.

September 15, 2021
New preliminary data on fall 2020 from the U.S. Department of Education confirm declines in enrollment and retention.

September 15, 2021
Missouri Southern State University Amila Appuhamy, mathematics Lisa Beals, nursing Jacob Boswell, mathematics James Capeci, Spiva Library Jean Coltharp, mathematics Deborah Combs, accounting Ruben Galve Rivera, Spanish Amy Gates, English Katie Kilmer, biology and environmental health David Penning, biology and environmental health Stephanie Schartel-Dunn, marketing Leslie Smith, Spanish Northwestern State University, in Louisiana

September 14, 2021
Combined entity will work with thousands of colleges across administrative and academic departments.

September 14, 2021
Syracuse University offers full-throated defense for a professor targeted for her views about Sept. 11, prompting other academics to wonder why more institutions don’t defend even divisive scholars in this way.  

September 14, 2021
Survey finds big differences in colleges’ mask and vaccination policies across regions, and a majority of faculty and staff say they’re prepared to pivot to remote learning if needed.

September 14, 2021
With their industry under scrutiny, two companies publish data on student outcomes and prices of online programs at their partner colleges. But the information skirts key financial questions.

September 14, 2021
Four actions to encourage students to take for better understanding of what data are collected about them and what control they may have over the use of their private information.

September 13, 2021
Pitched the Delta curveball, some scholarly associations turn to online meetings again while others still plan to meet face-to-face in the coming weeks. The groups are rethinking what annual meetings will look like after the pandemic, with implications for equity and accessibility.  

September 13, 2021
Political party, age and income level play a role in whether Americans believe a bachelor's degree is worth the time and money.

September 13, 2021
President Biden announced that he is requiring large private businesses and federal contractors to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for their employees, a move that's expected to affect colleges and universities.

September 13, 2021
It acts despite hundreds of COVID-19 cases. Some of the other colleges that had moved online are also resuming normal operations.

September 10, 2021
Freeman Hrabowski, the longtime president of UMBC, built a legacy challenging the assumption that only prestigious, wealthy colleges foster educational excellence.

September 10, 2021
Millions of college students face food insecurity, and while institutions have been doing what they can to help, it’s time for the federal government to step in, advocates say.

September 10, 2021
A new study argues that debt aversion and transportation problems pose major barriers to college completion for Latinx students.

September 10, 2021
Universities are at risk of losing the argument over whether they are out of touch with society, she says.

September 9, 2021
University System of Georgia professors demand a mask mandate and more options for teaching students in quarantine. System considers disciplinary action, up to suspension, for professors who take COVID-19 mitigation into their own hands.  

September 9, 2021
House Democrats packed lots of higher education investments into their proposal for the budget reconciliation bill -- including tuition-free community college -- but some of that funding wasn’t as high as advocates were hoping.

September 9, 2021
Young Americans for Liberty organizes protests and petitions on 23 public campuses, arguing the organization “is not anti-vaccine, but rather anti-vaccine mandate.”

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