Georgia's oldest public HBCU has opened an enrollment “pipeline” with Michigan's Grand Valley State University.
It's a shocking turnaround for a small Illinois college that welcomes first-generation students and qualifies as a predominantly Black institution.
Colleges are pulling students from study abroad programs in Russia, ending research partnerships and cutting investments as part of a global wave of condemnation over the invasion of Ukraine.
Many colleges are telling students to prepare for another term of masking, testing and, if cases get bad, limits around social life.
Women's colleges have adapted admissions policies for a generation that increasingly identifies as nonbinary. Hollins University's exclusion of nonbinary applicants has raised hackles.
West Virginia Wesleyan College won't require students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 — at least not yet. But the small Christian liberal arts school says it will charge students who aren't.
More campuses are expected to add the requirement, with potential legal challenges ahead. One key point: Requiring vaccines for infectious diseases is nothing new for many residential colleges.
As colleges crack down on students accused of violating strict pandemic safety rules, students are lawyering up to fight their punishments.
Because of the pandemic, many students will be applying without standardized test scores and several other metrics selective schools have long relied on to make admissions decisions.