COVID-19 - Higher Education

California Community Colleges May Also Stay Online in Fall 2020

| May 19, 2020
California’s 115 community colleges may stay online this coming fall because of the COVID-19 [...] Read more

Hundreds of Harvard Students Say Postponement Is Better Than a Virtual Fall

More than 500 Harvard University students have started a petition arguing against an online onl [...] Read more

This HBCU President Is Strongly Against a Fall Reopening

Colleges and universities are “deluding themselves” about getting students back to campuses [...] Read more

Many Student Veterans May Not Receive COVID-19 Emergency Grants, Says Advocacy Group

Many students veterans may not be eligible to receive federal COVID-19 emergency grants because [...] Read more

Report: Undocumented Students Generated $133 Million in Emergency Aid, but They Won’t Receive a Penny

by Pearl Stewart | May 18, 2020
An estimated half-million undocumented students enrolled in colleges and universities generated [...] Read more

Why Flexibility in Credit Transfers Is Crucial for Equity in a Post-COVID-19 World

by Katti Gray |
Higher education groups have urged four-year institutions to revamp how they evaluate credits e [...] Read more

Providence College Apologizes After Students Gather for ‘Parade’

Providence College in Rhode Island has apologized to the community after many of its students f [...] Read more

Morehouse College to Cut Jobs, Salaries to Offset Budget Deficit

Morehouse College said in a statement on Monday that it will cut jobs and salaries, and impleme [...] Read more

Experts Provide Mental Health Tips Amid Pandemic-Related Stressors

by | May 17, 2020
Over the last few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted the lives of people around the wor [...] Read more