In: December 2020

Fall College Enrollment Plummets For 1st-Year Students

Williams is one of hundreds of thousands of students who decided to put off higher education

Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

There’s an ongoing debate over whether online education is cheaper than its face-to-face counterpart. There’s no

How Having a Big Sister Benefits Younger Siblings But at a Cost

“And so we thought that it would be interesting to compare young children who have an

Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Pennsylvania Urges Colleges to Delay Bringing Students Back Dec. 18, 6:24 a.m. Pennsylvania acting secretary of

How Can Virtual Tutoring Help Students During Distance Learning?

Data is piling up that shows this spring’s school closures knocked many students off course. Testing


The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) will present a webinar Jan. 21 to

Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

COVID-19 Cuts Student Drinking, Study Finds Dec. 16, 6:18 a.m. COVID-19 has cut student drinking, a

Listen and Connect: How Parents Can Support Teens’ Mental Health Right Now

No single strategy, like deep breathing, will magically make our worries disappear. That said, “having coping

Four Misconceptions About International Students in the U.S.

Title: High School Benchmarks: National College Progression Rates Source: National Student Clearinghouse Research Center The percentage

Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Ball State President Has COVID-19 Dec. 14, 6:15 a.m. Geoffrey Mearns, the president of Ball State