U.S. Education Department Anno...

Jun 18, 2021 by

by Arrman Kyaw Students whose financial and academic trajectories may have been jeopardized by the abrupt 2016 closing of...

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Predictions for Fall 2021 Inte...

Jun 7, 2021 by

by Sarah Wood As colleges and universities conclude their spring semesters, uncertainties remain around fall enrollment...

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Reports: Two-Year Colleges Hit...

Jun 4, 2021 by

by Arrman Kyaw Enrollment rates have largely fallen during the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly for two-year and...

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Rethinking the 16-Week Semeste...

Jun 3, 2021 by

by Jessica Ruf COVID-19’s impact on student success and mental health forced institutions to reexamine the efficacy of academic...

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Higher Ed Works to Balance Pub...

May 24, 2021 by

by Autumn A. Arnett As higher ed leaders look to the fall, eager to revert to a sense of “normal” for students, faculty and staff...

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Black Colleges and Universitie...

Apr 19, 2021 by

by Alvin J. Schexnider In 1967, my third year at Grambling College before, in a nod to trendiness it became Grambling State...

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St. Mary’s College of Maryland...

Apr 12, 2021 by

by Sarah Wood To better prepare students for the workforce, St. Mary’s College of Maryland sought to redefine a liberal arts...

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Study: College Football Player...

Jan 6, 2021 by

U.S. college football players don’t accurately estimate their risk of concussion or injury, according to a recently released report....

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Focusing on First-Generation S...

Dec 10, 2020 by

by Adrienne Amador Oddi My heart is heavy; the muscles in my back and shoulders haven’t relaxed in months. And, if I’m being honest,...

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Report Examines Competencies N...

Nov 23, 2020 by

by Dynahlee Padilla A new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce (CEW) pinpoints the five most...

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Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Moreho...

Aug 17, 2020 by

by B. Denise Hawkins – In June, most historically Black colleges and universities were racing against the clock to come up with...

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No Longer Participating in Our...

Aug 14, 2020 by

by Susan Shaw – Every day, institutions of higher education ask marginalized people to participate in their own oppression....

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Despite Pressure, Virginia Mil...

Aug 4, 2020 by

by Richard Moss – The superintendent of Virginia Military Institute’s superintendent said that the school won’t remove...

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Abolish the Term “Student-Athl...

Jul 30, 2020 by

As higher education embraces social justice and abandons oppressive language and symbols, universities should banish one more...

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A New Report Explores Black St...

Jul 16, 2020 by

by Sara Weissman – As a former K-12 teacher and now a professor, Dr. Patrice W. Glenn Jones had a question: What motivates and...

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Meharry Is Enlisting Volunteer...

Jul 13, 2020 by

by B. Denise Hawkins – When Meharry Medical College begins conducting COVID-19 vaccine trials in a few months, it will face a...

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Dr. Michael Drake Named Univer...

Jul 8, 2020 by

by David Pluviose – The University of California Board of Regents announced on Tuesday the appointment of Dr. Michael Drake as...

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Diverse Celebrates Arthur Ashe...

Jun 8, 2020 by

by Sara Weissman – Among the aspects of college life that have been disrupted amid the COVID-19 pandemic is athletics. Though...

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After Racist Posts About Georg...

Jun 4, 2020 by

by Shailaja Neelakantan – Some universities have taken strict action against students, and in one case, a faculty member, for...

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Some Colleges Are Already Plan...

May 22, 2020 by

by Shailaja Neelakantan – Even as many colleges are struggling to figure out what the beginning of the new academic year will...

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