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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.”

September 9, 2021
Holy Names University is starting a doctor of nursing practice program. Logan University is starting an M.S. in strength and conditioning. Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York is starting a minor in cannabis.

September 8, 2021
College of the Ozarks argues that the Biden administration’s interpretation of the federal fair housing law forces the college to “open female showers, restrooms, and dorm rooms to biological males who assert a female gender identity.”

September 8, 2021
A report by the Veterans Education Project argues using instructional spending ratios to measure quality puts nontraditional institutions at a disadvantage -- but others argue that’s not what the metric is for.

September 8, 2021
Career centers are developing new virtual programming to help students make up for the internships they lost to the pandemic.

September 8, 2021
Colleges are trying to recruit women for training and apprenticeship programs that prepare them for male-dominated fields. Progress is slower than advocates hoped.

September 8, 2021
University of Scranton Peter Andersen, management, marketing and entrepreneurship Michael Landram, health and human performance Wendy Manetti, nursing Katherine Stumpo, chemistry University of Texas at San Antonio Yongcan Cao, electrical and computer engineering Eunhee Chung, kinesiology Jeffrey Howard, public health Chiung-Yu Hung, biology Murtuza Jadliwala, computer science Poonam Khanna, management Palden Lama, computer science

September 7, 2021
Borough of Manhattan Community College lost eight students and alumni plus a building in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks. On the 20th anniversary, lessons reverberate amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

September 7, 2021
Eastern Gateway CC, La Salle U and U of Dallas shift to online courses; Lehigh and St. Lawrence give faculty members the right to shift online; and U of Hawai‘i at Hilo gives faculty members the right to go hybrid.

September 7, 2021
Upset by rising COVID-19 numbers, UNC Chapel Hill students sign an open letter demanding the administration enact stricter vaccination and testing policies.

September 7, 2021
A new initiative will focus on developing adult-friendly pathways at predominantly and historically Black community colleges to increase their completion rates.

September 3, 2021
Colleges are taking different approaches in terms of how they’re using online learning in the second fall with COVID.

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