COVID-19 - Higher Education


University of Arizona to Require Recent Negative COVID-19 Test to Be on Campus in Spring

by | December 8, 2020
Due to the increasing surge of state COVID-19 infections, the University of Arizona will requir [...] Read more

Report: College Completion Rates See Marginal Increase

by | December 5, 2020
National six-year college completion rates has increased by 0.3% to reach 60.1%, the smallest g [...] Read more
Department of Education Extends Student Loan Suspensions Through End of January 2021

Department of Education Extends Student Loan Suspensions Through End of January 2021

by | December 4, 2020
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos said that federal student loan repayment forbearance, i [...] Read more

University of Vermont to Cut 23 College of Arts and Sciences Programs

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The University of Vermont (UVM) is slated to slash 23 programs in the College of Arts and Scien [...] Read more

New Research Makes the Case for More Student Veteran Enrollment

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A  recently published brief from the American Talent Initiative (ATI) is making the case for c [...] Read more

Report: Financial Aid Officers Can Use Professional Judgement as a Tool for Racial Equity

by | December 3, 2020
A new report by The Education Trust explores how financial aid offices can use professional jud [...] Read more

Kent State to Offer Second Round of Voluntary Employee Buyouts

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Kent State University’s Board of Trustees approved a second round of voluntary buyouts for el [...] Read more

Students Sue Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia for Spring 2020 Refunds

by | December 2, 2020
Students are suing Georgia Tech and the University of Georgia to refund a portion of tuition an [...] Read more

Maricopa Community Colleges Face Sharp Enrollment Decline Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

by | December 1, 2020
Enrollment in the Maricopa Community Colleges system decreased drastically this fall, continuin [...] Read more