While a lot of attention has been placed on the Class of 2020, current high school juniors also are seeing their college process upended.
This summer, the student swirl might be used to describe students trying to decide where to go to college.
Colleges want to open their campuses for in-person instruction this fall. That’s because the alternatives, whatever they might…
Colleges will need to decide what to do with the fall semester with limited information about what September could look like.
Whether campuses will roar back to life come September is by far the top question campuses need to answer soon.
The pandemic could also affect high school seniors and juniors making college choices.
Universities continue to plan how they'll handle admissions, enrollment, and commencement as campuses around the country close because of coronavirus.
Rather than focus all their fixes on students once they’re on campus, colleges might want to think about what they’re giving to students in financial aid before they ever arrive.
It seems in hiring, much like in college admissions, we haven’t come to terms with the meaning of the word merit.
After decades of talking about rising college prices. we’ve become numb to the issue.