Will international students choose to study in a place where they can make connections that…
The roughly 9 percent drop in enrollment highlights the brutal situation that COVID has created and decisions thousands of students face.
Now the college faces the challenge of preventing its students from acting as coronavirus vectors as they leave.
Even before those questionable COVID-19 waivers, college athletes were subject to all kinds of overbearing, strange, intrusive, discriminatory and legally dubious team rules. Here's what we discovered from just last season.
Minority and lower-income students in Colorado putting off college because of COVID-19 pressures may risk never earning a degree.
What’s the right balance between the two narratives: students are recklessly partying vs. colleges never should have brought them back?
Regis leaders hope that meeting outside will both safeguard students and teachers and also restore a more normal college experience.
What should we make of very early numbers on applications? Who knows, but perhaps the uncertainty is encouraging students to get a jump start on the process.
For American higher ed, declining international enrollments are a hardship. For some, the problem could be existential.
Will Colorado colleges that plan to reopen campuses learn from coronavirus outbreaks at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Michigan State University, and Notre Dame?
The pragmatism of the people we met a year ago has remained clear. For them, college has been a tool in their lives.