Enrollment of male undergraduate students and Black students saw the sharpest decline during the pandemic-hit summer of 2020.
The reopening of colleges and universities has led to a sharp spike in COVID-19 cases among students in college towns across the US.
COVID-19 testing is an important part of bringing students safely back to campuses this fall, but approaches vary widely.
Over two-thirds of US college students said that during college, they didn’t develop a deeper skillset to interact with people of various faiths, a survey has found.
A wildfire about a mile north of the University of California, Santa Cruz campus forced nearly 1,200 residents to evacuate.
First-year students of the University of Pittsburgh will be required to take a new course on anti-Black racism.
US colleges and universities need to reconsider the use of standardized test scores in admissions, a report by a major counseling and admissions group says.
More US universities are moving online after a rocky start with increasing coronavirus cases in the first week of in-person instructions.
Virginia Tech has upgraded its campus outdoor areas to improve their scope as either study or gathering areas in a bid curb the spread of COVID-19.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will move online after dozens of students tested positive for COVID-19 in the first week of the new fall semester.