Chronicle of Higher Education
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The Covid-19 Student Service Corps mobilized more than 800 volunteers to handle phone lines, teach classes, and help researchers.
An admissions officer braced for tough questions about college in the pandemic. But the Class of 2024 wanted to talk about other things.
Medical masks, ventilator designs, food pantries. Even as the pandemic has closed campuses, it has renewed many faculty and staff membersâ sense of purpose about their role in the community. Please share your efforts with us.
Borrowers with commercially held federal student loans have options. But forcing them to make difficult decisions during a public-health crisis could put them at risk financially.
The pandemic poses additional challenges to students juggling coursework with full-time jobs, child care, and elder care.
Now that itâs clear the move to emergency online teaching will last more than a couple of weeks, professors may have to readjust their plans.
In Closing Dorms, Colleges Hoped to Limit Coronavirus’s Spread. Did Spring-Breakers Thwart That Plan?
Some students went straight home. But others traveled to beaches and attended parties, potentially infecting others.
Didier Raoultâs study is attracting attention from high-profile politicians and commentators, as well as criticism from some colleagues.
As tuition revenues dry up and summer auxiliary revenues evaporate, private colleges will need to rely on their savings and lines of credit to get by.
China will delay the gaokao by a month because of the outbreak.
The Chronicle spoke with leaders from six foundations who give $370 million annually to colleges and other higher-ed organizations. Hereâs what they said theyâre prioritizing.
As Liberty University Reports First Covid-19 Case, Students and Parents Grapple With Conflicting Information
President Jerry Falwell Jr. said it was safe to return to campus. Others called that view âreckless.â Students must decide what to believe.
As college leaders fret about the pandemicâs impact on enrollments, a flurry of findings suggests what prospective students are thinking. But is this data useful?
As professors become collegesâ primary or even sole point of contact for many students, the faculty role in meeting studentsâ emotional needs will matter more than ever.
The Covid-19 pandemic has closed campuses across the nation, upending the familiar signposts of residential college life.
As Covid-19 Erases Line Between Work and Home, Professors Learn to Teach Remotely While Watching Their Kids
Collegesâ move to emergency online instruction because of the coronavirus has coincided with school and day-care closures. Hereâs what that looks like for instructors with children.
Petitions for housing and dining refunds are cropping up around the country, but there is no uniform approach for reimbursement.
The settlement resolves a dispute with former faculty members and students, who alleged that the university had defamed and retaliated against them for complaining about a tenured professorâs conduct.
Itâs disrupted their research and funding, muddied the job-market waters, and complicated questions about their status at their institution.
The Great Recession showed how a crisis can fuel state disinvestment. âIf past is prologue,â one university official said, âwe have reason to be concerned.â