As college leaders hedge their bets, waiting for a clearer picture of finances, instructors get word their jobs are on the line.
The presidents of several prominent institutions told Vice President Mike Pence and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos of their desire for clearer federal guidance and protection from liability should they hold in-person instruction in the fall.
Take-at-home versions of the College Boardâs Advanced Placement exams debuted this week. Things did not go smoothly for everyone.
Colleges are expanding access to fast, reliable internet to help out their communities. Â
To counter loneliness and support distance learning, students are pairing up with senior citizens and schoolchildren.
Saint Michaelâs Fire and Rescue, run by the Vermont collegeâs students and alumni, has kept up its 24-hour emergency service.