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Americans Torn on Student Vaccine Mandate, Poll Shows

Quinnipiac University recently conducted a national poll that shows 48 percent of Americans support colleges and universities requiring students to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, while 49...

Several Universities Issue COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements for Fall Term

Several universities are beginning to issue COVID-19 vaccination requirements for the upcoming fall semester. Schools like Rutgers University, Cornell University, and Nova Southeastern University...

Community College and University Leaders Create Task Force to Address Inequities...

This week, leaders from nearly 40 colleges, universities, and higher education organizations launched the Taskforce on Higher Education and Opportunity to address inequities in...

Professors Are Exhausted and Concerned About Student Outcomes, Survey Shows

A new survey released on Tuesday shows that professors are exhausted from spending more time teaching and are worried about student equity and success...

Colleges Weigh Options for an Uncertain Spring Semester

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the U.S., colleges and universities have devised a range of methods for keeping their campuses and surrounding...

MacKenzie Scott Gifts More Than $800 Million to Colleges and Universities

Billionaire philanthropist and author MacKenzie Scott made headlines this week after she announced a plan to donate $4.2 billion to 384 organizations.  A tally conducted...

Recruiters Tackle the Downturn in International Student Enrollment

The number of international students entering United States colleges and universities fell 6.6 percent in the 2017-2018 academic year compared with the previous year’s...