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University of Kentucky Mistakenly Sends Out 500,000 Acceptance Emails

The University of Kentucky committed a major blunder when the school accidentally sent out 500,000 acceptance letters to high school students for a program that accepts 35 to 40 students annually.

UNT Collaborating With Kroger to Fight Food Insecurity

The University of North Texas has joined forces with grocery giant Kroger to create a food pantry that will provide much-needed meals to disadvantaged students.

Among Surge in Applicants, Ivy League Acceptance Rates Fall

A deluge of applications fueled by test-optional policies translated into a record-breaking low acceptance rate at the country's prestigious Ivy League schools.

Georgetown Launches Degree Program for Maryland Inmates

Inmates from Maryland state prison can now pursue a college education from Georgetown University to better reintegrate into society upon their release.

LSSU Offers First Cannabis Chemistry Scholarship

Lake Superior State University continues to open doors for college students interested in pursuing a degree in cannabis studies by offering a cannabis chemistry scholarship.

Ohio Universities Open Vaccination Clinics for Students, Staff

To safely hold face-to-face classes in the fall semester, several universities in Ohio have opened their own COVID-19 vaccination clinics for students and personnel.

Students Compete for Scholarships in Sullivan, NASA Culinary Challenge

Sullivan University has teamed up with NASA to give high school teams a chance to win college scholarships while creating tasty recipes for crew members on the International Space Station.

11 Top Online Study Tools Every Student Needs in 2021

Thanks to the internet, staying at the top of your study game has never been easier. Here are 11 of the top study apps to help you ace your classes in 2021.