Higher Education

Gus Hardy March 27, 2020
Returning home from school for the last time would not be easy for many.
The bill includes $180 billion in health care spending, designating $100 billion for hospitals and care providers that are the hardest hit in responding to the coronavirus since the first U.S. case of the illness was confirmed Jan. 20.
Kevin Jackson March 20, 2020
A changing legal landscape in college sports has renewed the discussion of what is “fair” for college athletes when it comes to compensation.
As of March 11, dozens of Catholic college and university leaders had announced plans to cancel public classes and offer online education amid concern over the coronavirus' spread.
Ryan Di Corpo March 09, 2020
Fordham University announced on March 9 that, in addition to a prior decision canceling all on-campus activities, the university would only conduct classes online beginning on March 11.
Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, canceled its spring break study abroad program to Italy and several colleges have posted warnings about individual travel during the break on their websites.