When international students die violently in the United States, the reverberations are global.
Colleges are readjusting schedules, expanding COVID-19 testing, and asking for student input on the fall.
Tucked into the latest lengthy congressional relief package is language that will simplify financial aid.
The controversial framework would prepare the physical campus to meet an anticipated 44 percent growth in enrollment.
The community college saw an 18-percent drop this fall, and spring registration rates lag even further behind.
Instead of continuing to take part in the EU’s signature academic-exchange program, the UK will start its own.
There was regular testing and very little social interaction for the more than 900 students who lived on the UC campus.
Frequent testing makes a difference. Students need mental breaks — and more support of many kinds.
Carlos Cruz, a doctoral student, was suspended for his role in a strike. His peers, his union, and a civil rights attorney are crying foul.
What 2020 taught us about the role of higher ed in society
By extending emergency pandemic guidance through the spring, the government resolves one source of uncertainty.