Princeton, NYU Announce Changes As COVID Cases ClimbSeveral colleges have made a last-minute decision to go remote at the tail end of the semester after seeing an acceleration of COVID-19 cases among students.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Introduces Legislation Expanding SNAP Eligibility For College StudentsUnder the legislation, 470,000 New York college students would qualify for food assistance.
Fearing It May Have To Close Down The Road, Cash-Strapped Bloomfield College Is Looking For Financial HelpThe future of a New Jersey college that has been around for more than 150 years is in flux.
Colleges Seeing Drop In Number Of Male StudentsCollege campuses are changing across the country. Schools are seeing a drop in the number of male students.
New Yorkers Age 12-17 Now Have Chance To Win Free College Tuition With COVID ShotThe state will raffle 50 full tuition, room and board scholarships to SUNY or CUNY schools to those who get their first dose at a state-run site through July 7.
New York Raffling Off Free College Tuition For Teens Who Get VaccinatedTeens between 12 and 17 years old who choose to get vaccinated will have a chance to win one of 50 full tuitions to any public college or university, including room and board.
New Jersey Institute Of Technology Dorm Ordered To Quarantine After COVID-19 Found In SewageThe New Jersey Institute of Technology says a wastewater sample tested positive last week for Cypress Hall.
Montclair State, Marist Suspend Students For Not Following Coronavirus Safety Measures At PartiesMore college parties have been popping up around the Tri-State Area in violation of COVID-19 rules.
Rutgers University Senior Fighting To Lower Tuition For Remote Only LearningIn light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rutgers will offer some in-person classes this fall, but the business school, where Patel is a rising senior, will all be online.
International Students Dealing With Possibility Of Being Forced To Leave The Country If College Classes Go VirtualInternational college students are in limbo as they wait to see if their colleges will hold in-person classes and give them the opportunity to remain in the United States.
ICE Says International Students Taking Online-Only Classes Cannot Stay In U.S.Students already in the U.S.will need to transfer to other schools providing in-person instruction, depart the country or face potential deportation, ICE said.
Coronavirus Forcing College-Bound Seniors To Consider Taking Gap Year Due To Various UncertaintiesWith college deadlines approaching and the uncertainty of whether or no some will be in session, some students are wondering if this is the time for a gap year.
Colleges Accused Of Buying Student Information Just To Boost Their Own Admission Rankings“They’re selling the data for 47 cents a name,” Leonie Haimson of the Parent Coalition for Student Privacy said.
College Fair Offers Unique Opportunities To Young Men Of ColorOver the years, the graduation rate for black men has improved, but recent numbers show only 35% complete four years of school.
College Admissions Scandal Prompts New Rules, Crackdown On CheatingIn the wake of the college admissions scandal, there are new college admission rules to make sure every student has a fair chance at being accepted.