Students across the country are advocating for the extension of pass/fail grading to the fall semester to help alleviate stress caused by the pandemic.
A sorority at the University of Texas at San Antonio expelled one of its members for posting pro-Trump content on her TikTok.
A Princeton University student has filed a class-action lawsuit against the school for charging full tuition for the 2020 spring semester despite classes being fully online.
Fraternities and sororities across the US have been cited for COVID-19 rule violations, such as exceeding limits for gatherings and failing to comply with social distancing.
The University of California will adopt non-binary gender identification options in its official documents and information systems.
The Kappa Delta sorority of the University of Alabama canceled their planned Thanksgiving party for 600 people after public outrage.
While the US hosted over one million international students in 2019/2020, the pandemic caused a 43 percent decline in new foreign student enrollment in the fall of 2020.
A member of the Theta Chi fraternity at the University of California, Davis has tested positive for COVID-19 after a party at the group’s house.
Students voice a strong preference for instructors who make active learning, as well as a sense of community and belonging, a top priority in the virtual classroom.