After institutions nationwide saw enrollment drops amid the pivot to remote or hybrid learning, vaccines could offer campus communities a return toward pre-pandemic life.
Tuition waivers, raffles, and laptops for applicants are among the ways campuses are trying to lure students.
At Cleveland’s Cuyahoga Community College, the decline was particularly severe. There, Black male enrollment fell by 33 percent.
The early plans vary, but they center on boosting the amount of on-campus interactions.
Tensions are rising over recent changes to the faculty handbook.
Black Americans in Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit, as well as the nation, remain underrepresented at our best colleges and overrepresented at some of our worst.
Colleges in Northeast Ohio are experimenting with when and how long they offer sessions of courses. The new flexibility could help students post-pandemic, too.
Job postings for people with bachelor’s degrees fell 40% last spring. Here's how one university is trying to help its students.
This aid comes as campuses’ enrollments are declining and students are struggling economically.
A majority of the university’s students now come from prisons. Some say it’s substandard education.