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May 29, 2020

State lawmakers wrestle with scope and timing of higher ed budget cuts – Education Dive

Virtual classes as part of the norm – Community College Daily

Independent Agency Criticizes DeVos’s Ruling on CARES Act Grants – Inside Higher Ed

Governors on Steps for Reopening Campuses – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 29 – Inside Higher Ed

6 Factors Impacting Information Security and Privacy During the COVID-19 Crisis – Campus Technology

Covid-19 Threatens Higher Ed—and Also Offers A Path Forward – Forbes

How the pandemic created a mental health crisis for some college students – Deseret News

May 28, 2020

When Is Fear a Protected Reason for Not Coming to Work? – SHRM

The Physically Distanced Classroom: A Day in the Life – Inside Higher Ed

Will the coronavirus transform or destroy higher education as we know it? – The Hechinger Report

Penn State Prepping for Return to Campus – Campus Technology

Indiana U Embracing Blend of On-Campus and Online for Fall – Campus Technology

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 28 – Inside Higher Ed

May 27, 2020

Half of presidents aim to restart classes in-person this fall, survey finds – Education Dive

A Looming Financial Meltdown For America’s Schools – NPR

PULSE POINT SURVEY: ENROLLMENT, FALL PLANNING TOP LIST OF CONCERNS – ACE

Ramping Up for Remote Instruction – Inside Higher Ed

For In-Person College, Coronavirus Testing Will Be Key. But Is That Feasible? – NPR

Updated: 113 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 27 – Inside Higher Ed

May 26, 2020

Opinion: Let’s fix college first, before rushing to reopen campuses – Fast Company

Why Covid-19 Could Force Colleges to Fix Their Transfer Problems – The Chronicle of Higher Education

America Sabotaged the Solution to Its New Higher-Education Crisis – The Atlantic

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 26 – Inside Higher Ed

Online Higher Education Market (impact of Covid 19) Comprehensive study by key Players – Lynda Cerego, LocoRobo, Pearson, CodeAcademy, Udacity, Kaplan, Khan Academy – Cole Report

Could online school be the new norm of society? – Ocolly

Updated: 113 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Remote Learning Begs the Question: Must Lectures Be So Long? – EdSurge

NY colleges plan fall reopening without clear state direction. What they are saying – press connects

Losing international students because of the pandemic will damage colleges financially – The Hechinger Report

May 22, 2020

Murray, DeLauro Slam DeVos’ Unauthorized Decision Squandering CARES Funds Reserved for Institutions Hardest Hit by COVID-19

Teaching Behind Plexiglass? Colleges Wrestle With Details of Resuming In-Person Classes – EdSurge

How to Cope With Covid-19 Burnout – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Free Playbook Offers Guidance to Faculty on Moving Courses Fully Online – Campus Technology

How Purdue is tracking COVID’s impact on research – UB

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 22 – Inside Higher Ed

May 21, 2020

Chairman Scott to Secretary DeVos: Stop Illegally Garnishing Wages on Student Loan Borrowers

Scott, Murray Call on Secretary Azar to Help Displaced College Students Maintain Health Insurance During Pandemic

Fearing a Second Wave of Covid-19, Some Colleges Will End Fall Semester Early – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Unemployment Hardships Could Derail the Very Students Who Were Poised to Drive Colleges’ Enrollment – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 21 – Inside Higher Ed

With higher ed in limbo, students are switching to community colleges – The Hechinger Report

Enrollment usually rises at community colleges during an economic downturn. That’s not the case during coronavirus. – The Colorado Sun

Here’s when and how colleges plan to start fall semester – UB

Updated: 111 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Higher Education Will Be Transformed By the Coronavirus Pandemic – Teen Vogue

May 20, 2020

Will lawsuits for tuition refunds succeed? It depends, experts say – Education Dive

Why 2020 Will Be Online Education’s Biggest Year – Forbes

Stay-at-home college? Campuses focus on finances, and survival. – Christian Science Monitor

The Best in Education Wasn’t Lost When College – Inside Higher Ed

Higher Education At The Covid-19 Crossroads – Forbes

What Students Want This Fall – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 20 – Inside Higher Ed

How College Students Viewed This Spring’s Remote Learning – Inside Higher Ed

Did Students Learn As Much During Remote Online Instruction? – EdSurge

May 19, 2020

HOUSE APPROVES 5TH EMERGENCY COVID-19 SPENDING BILL WITH $100 BILLION FOR EDUCATION – ACE

Congress Gave Colleges A $14 Billion Lifeline. Here’s Where It’s Going – NPR

Uncertain when campuses can open, colleges make their fall plans flexible – Education Dive

Where to find a list of coronavirus budget cuts in higher ed – UB

Will online learning keep some students away? – UB

What It’s Gonna Take – Inside Higher Ed

Exigency Outlook Uncertain – Inside Higher Ed

IP Problems – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 19 – Inside Higher Ed

Fall to Be Online After Thanksgiving at Several Institutions – Inside Higher Ed

How Remote Learning Is Changing The Future Of Adult Education – Forbes

New Survey: Nearly Half Of U.S. Families Say The Pandemic Has Changed Their College Plans – Forbes

House Passes Coronavirus Relief Measure Containing Numerous Higher Ed Provisions – Diverse

May 18, 2020

Colleges Are Deluding Themselves – The Atlantic

Coronavirus Will End the Golden Age for College Towns – Bloomberg Opinion

Open or Closed for the Fall? Colleges Begin to Decide, and Make Different Calls – EdSurge

Students and Professors Look for Closure As Unprecedented Semester Ends – EdSurge

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 18 – Inside Higher Ed

What It’s Gonna Take – Inside Higher Ed

Bailed-Out Colleges Should Be Forced to Cut Administrative Bloat – Real Clear Education

Education funding in new stimulus bill in House falls far short of education leaders’ requests – EdSource

May 15, 2020

Open or Closed for the Fall? Colleges Begin to Decide, and Make Different Calls

Colleges push viral testing, other ideas for reopening in fall. But some worry about deepening the health crisis. – The Washington Post

Re-Opening Campus This Fall: After The Testing Challenge, The Hard Work Begins – Forbes

Alexander on NPR: The Question Is Not Whether We Go Back To School, But How We Go Back To School Safely

Online Graduations Still Bring Stars to the Virtual Lectern – U.S. News

What It’s Like to Teach With Covid-19 – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 15 – Inside Higher Ed

CSU chancellor explains decision to keep most fall classes online – EdSource

May 14, 2020

Most College Students Expect to Head Back to School in the Fall – Campus Technology

California State University stays online in fall 2020 – UB

From Dr. Fauci, a reality check for colleges and students as they look toward fall – Boston Globe

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 14 – Inside Higher Ed

Protecting Students & Taxpayers in the Federal Higher Ed Response to COVID-19 – Third Way

May 13, 2020

Orienting Students to Online Learning: A Must for Student Success – Educause Review

Why Students Want Tuition Refunds Over Shift to Online Teaching – EdSurge

Students’ Internships Are Disappearing. Can Virtual Models Replace Them? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

California State U. System Will Conduct Most Fall Classes Online – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How Neurodivergent Students Are Getting Through the Pandemic – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 13 – Inside Higher Ed

The HyFlex Option for Instruction if Campuses Open This Fall – Inside Higher Ed

Addressing mental health issues during the pandemic – Community College Daily

Will rough economy bring community college enrollment boost? – UB

Fact Sheet: Improving the Formula for Federal Higher Education Coronavirus Funding – Center for American Progress

How to survey college students about the shift online – Education Dive

How Community Colleges Solve Remote Learning Challenges – Ed Tech

May 12, 2020

A Better Formula for Higher Education’s Federal Coronavirus Funding – Center for American Progress

How 3 small colleges in turnaround mode are adapting to the pandemic – Education Dive

Survey: 4 of 5 Students Face Disruption From Virus – Inside Higher ed

Community Colleges Got Disproportionately Less in CARES Act – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 12 – Inside Higher Ed

Updated: 103 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Covid-19 Has Worsened the Student Mental-Health Crisis. Can Resilience Training Fix It? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

CARES Act Enables Employers to Assist with Student Loan Repayments – JD Supra

May 11, 2020

Summer Gigs For Students Are Scarce. Think Like an Entrepreneur and Build Your Own. – EdSurge

Songs and Snapchat filters spruce up universities’ virtual graduations – ed scoop

Will others follow UC San Diego’s plan to widely test for coronavirus – EdSource

The COVID-19 Pandemic’s Uneven Unemployment Impact Shows Why It Pays To Go To College More Than Ever – Forbes

Online instructors must realize they’re performing – UB

Preventing the Collapse of Higher Education – Inside Higher Ed

Colleges Scramble to Administer Emergency Aid – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 11 – Inside Higher Ed

Hampshire College President Explains Why He Thinks Campus Will Be Able To Re-Open This Fall – WBUR

Small, Private Colleges Get Boost From Coronavirus Relief Funds – NPR

Here’s the Syllabus for Your Summer Crash Course in Online Education – EdSurge

Colleges Move to Help Students Find Remote Internships. None Include Fetching Coffee. – EdSurge

May 8, 2020

Reserved: Internet Parking – Inside Higher Ed

UC San Diego to mass test students for the novel coronavirus – Los Angeles Times

Fall and Beyond: Higher Education in the Age of COVID-19 and Other Disasters – WCET Frontiers

Fraud, Survival, And Innovation: The Era Of Financial Crisis And COVID-1 – Forbes

Panopto Launches Free Tool for Recording and Sharing Presentations – Campus Technology

How Do You Make a Virtual Commencement Worth Watching? Add Celebrity Cameos and a Marching Band – The Chronic

EducationCoronavirus News Roundup for May 8 – Inside Higher Ed

Updated: 100 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic

Colleges get creative in using technology to honor graduates – eCampus News

Chegg CEO bets ‘on the inevitable’ shift to digital learning amid coronavirus – Yahoo Finance

Coronavirus pandemic exacerbates challenges for homeless college students – ABC News

May 7, 2020

MOOCs Gain Pickup, Respond to COVID-19 – Campus Technology

5 steps for making online learning sound great – UB

How colleges are beginning to teach about coronavirus – UB

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 7 – Inside Higher Ed

Biggest gap year ever? Sixteen percent of high school seniors say they’ll take a gap year – The Hechinger Report

May 5, 2020

6 Ways College Might Look Different In The Fall – NPR

Lowered Expectations, Dropped Assignments Dominated Switch to Online Courses – Campus Technology

Preparing to re-open this fall – Community College Daily

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 6 – Inside Higher Ed

How Top Colleges Are (Not) Using CARES Student Funding – Forbes

Tracking how the coronavirus is impacting colleges – Education Dive

Updated: 95 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

A Panel Explores What Higher Education Could Look Like in a Post-Coronavirus World – Diverse

If Colleges Can’t Welcome Students to Campus in the Fall, Some Might Close for Good – NBC Boston

May 5, 2020

What We Lose When We Go From the Classroom to Zoom – The New York Times

With virus, U.S. higher education may face an existential moment – PBS

President Speaks: How one HBCU president managed the coronavirus shutdown – Education Dive

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 5 – Inside Higher Ed

Staying Flexible in a Time of Crisis – The evolllution

More Than A Dozen Additional Universities Begin Furloughs, Affecting Thousands Of Staff – Forbes

Colleges determined to re-open, but prepping backup plans – UB

May 4, 2020

Udemy: Online course enrollment surged 425% amid lockdowns – Venture Beat

The Virus Has Demonstrated That Faculty Can Be Full Partners In Changing The Higher Education Business Model – Forbes

2U CEO optimistic on long-term outlook for online education services – Education Dive

4 ways colleges’ tech teams are managing the shift online – Education Dive

The Rise Of Online Learning – Forbes

Coronavirus accelerates higher education’s trend toward distance learning – The Hechinger Report

COVID-19’s Ultimate Impact on Online Learning: The Good and the Bad – Campus Technology

How COVID is Affecting Online Education – The evolllution

To sync or async: Considerations for access in virtual learning – eCampus News

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 4 – Inside Higher Ed

May 1, 2020

Angry Undergrads Are Suing Colleges for Billions in Refunds – Bloomberg

China Warns of Student Boycott of Australia – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for May 1 – Inside Higher Ed

Stuck With Off-Campus Housing – Inside Higher Ed

Updated: 91 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Protecting a university’s ‘heart and soul’ when reopening in fall 2020 – UB

How is Gen Z impacted by online learning? – eCampus News

Why You Shouldn’t Try to Replicate Your Classroom Teaching Online – The Chronicle of Higher Education

A Third of College Students Don’t Expect to Return if Fall Classes are Online – Campus Technology

Economists explain why US college students won’t be getting big refunds on spring tuition -Quartz

April 30, 2020

Report: A Majority of Students Say Companies Are Unresponsive to Job Applications – Diverse

Here’s a List of Colleges’ Plans for Reopening in the Fall – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Some Colleges Plan to Open in the Fall. Will Students Show Up? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges Are Urged to Reassess Admissions Policies Because of ‘Extraordinary Hardships’ Covid-19 Poses – The Chronicle of Higher Education

With decisions coming due, sleepless high school seniors worry college may not be worth it – The Hechinger Report

89 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Dual enrollment carries on virtually – Community College Daily

Americans Cancel Education Plans – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 30 – Inside Higher Ed

Decision Points Loom for College Leaders – Inside Higher Ed

Certainly Uncertain – Inside Higher Ed

Community Is the Secret to Successfully Enrolling Students in the Fall – Inside Higher Ed

Some students are considering dropping out of college because of coronavirus – CNBC

Colleges are facing a cash crunch and it could alter campus life – CNN

April 29, 2020

Reopening campuses safely for fall 2020 is No. 1 priority – UB

Updated: 89 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

DACA Students to Get Emergency Aid From California Systems – Inside Higher Ed

The Evolving Fall Picture – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 29 – Inside Higher Ed

An Argument for ‘Remote’ Rather Than ‘Online’ Instruction – Inside Higher Ed

Zoom Boom – Inside Higher Ed

College students clamor for tuition refunds after coronavirus shutters campuses – ABC News

5 key components of successful online courses – eCampus News

April 28, 2020

Colleges announce tentative plans for fall 2020 – Education Dive

Lingering challenges with distance learning – Community College Daily

President Speaks: COVID-19 lessons are preparing community colleges to better serve their communities – Education Dive

What Higher Education Can Take From COVID-19 – The evolllution

Will students show up for college in fall 2020? Community colleges offer a hint. It isn’t pretty. – USA Today

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 28 – Inside Higher Ed

What Do Final Exams Mean During a Pandemic? – Inside Higher Ed

Opinion – College Campuses Must Reopen in the Fall. Here’s How We Do It. -The New York Times

As COVID-19 Forces Students to Stay Home, Local Colleges Look to Promote Online Coursework – NASFAA

10 best practices for live virtual teaching – eCampus News

Setting ‘Reasonable’ Goals, Expectations and Routines for Remote Learning – EdSurge

How a college is flexing its block schedule for fall 2020 – UB

April 27, 2020

What If Colleges Don’t Reopen Until 2021? – The Atlantic

Is COVID-19 Creating An Education Planning Crisis? – Forbes

How student groups connect while campuses are closed – UB

Do students feel prepared to learn online? – eCampus News

Higher Ed Shouldn’t Be a Lottery. But 4 Million Students Just Drew Losing Tickets. – EdSurge

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 27 – Inside Higher Ed

Pricing Pressures Escalate – Inside Higher Ed

Low-Income Students Top Presidents’ COVID-19 Worry List – Inside Higher Ed

April 24, 2020

DeVos: Dreamers and Other Undocumented College Students not Eligible for Federal Emergency Aid – The 74

For Southern New Hampshire, the future of the campus may be online – Education Dive

Higher ed leaders push back as Ed Dept bars undocumented students from aid – Education Dive

Community colleges could see a surge in popularity amid Covid-19 – CNBC

More students are now considering college gap year because of COVID-19 – ABC News

Can Colleges Survive Coronavirus? ‘The Math Is Not Pretty’- NPR

A Lifeline for Sinking Budgets – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 24 – Inside Higher Ed

Pandemic Hits College Sports – Inside Higher Ed

The Big ‘If’ – Inside Higher Ed

Updated: 86 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Is this competency-based learning’s big moment? – UB

State funding cuts hit as higher ed pushes for more stimulus – UB

Health Care Offers Lessons From The Last Recession To Higher Ed Of What Not To Do – Forbes

What One College President Learned About Remote Teaching by Becoming a Student – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Can a Residential College Sell an Online Experience in a Crisis? – EdSurge

April 23, 2020

Colleges tinker with fall 2020 tuition to aid students – UB

Private colleges brace for downturn amid pandemic fallout – Cal Matters

College students see internships, job offers cancelled due to coronavirus – HR Dive

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 23 – Inside Higher Ed

Grading for a Pandemic – Inside Higher Ed

Trump Administration Takes Aim at Wealthy Universities – Inside Higher Ed

More College Students May Need Remedial Help This Fall. Can They Get It Online? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Five Steps To Help Colleges Weather The Recession And Boost The Recovery – Forbes

April 22, 202

Washington Watch: ED releases additional stimulus funds, guidance – Community College Daily

Coronavirus poses serious financial risks to US universities – Brookings

Ed Dept releases 2nd round of coronavirus aid for colleges, clarifies who qualifies – Education Dive

This Cal State Campus Is One of the First to Commit to Online-Only Classes for Fall 2020 – EdSurge

3 ways college career services offices can help students right now – Education Dive

Setting Expectations for Remote Learning – The evolllution

2 Campuses Give Early Answers to Higher Ed’s Biggest Question: What Happens This Fall? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How Teaching Changed in the (Forced) Shift to Remote Learning – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 22 – Inside Higher Ed

How this university website continually engages admitted students during COVID-19 – UB

Updated: 82 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Studying While Financially Stressed During COVID-19 – EdSurge

April 21, 2020

The Coming Financial Crisis For Colleges – Forbes

These States Are Stopping Student Loan Debt Collection – Forbes

For the Class of 2020, the Coronavirus Poses Amplified Economic Strain – NASFAA

Will all college campuses reopen in the fall? – UB

Moving ahead while waiting for CARES Act funds – Community College Daily

How to Salvage a Disastrous Day in Your Covid-19 House Arrest – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 21 – Inside Higher Ed

3 ways to stay connected when going remote – eCampus News

Supporting College Students Through a Public Health Crisis: Lessons Learned from Hurricane Harvey – ACE

How China’s Schools Are Getting Through COVID-19 – EdSurge

April 20, 2020

College Furloughs Have Begun – Forbes

Colleges Brace for Student Aid Appeals as Virus Slashes Incomes – Bloomberg Government

‘A Very Small World’: How Data on Student Enrollment Could Help Colleges Stop Coronavirus’s Spread – The Chronicle of Higher Ed

Is This the End of College as We Knew it? – Inside Higher Ed

Students Turn to Courts for Refunds – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 20 – Inside Higher Ed

Students are weary of online classes, but colleges can’t say whether they’ll open in fall 2020 – USA Today

Updated: 75 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – UB

Colleges Must Cut Administrative Costs to Survive This Crisis – Real Clear Education

April 17, 2020

Colleges Are Handing Out Billions in Coronavirus Stimulus Funding to Students. Can They Do It Fairly? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

4,000-Plus U.S. Higher Ed Institutions Impacted by COVID-19; More Than 25 Million Students Affected – Campus Technology

Coronavirus, Cash and Countdown – Inside Higher Ed

Seeking a ‘safe harbor’ for colleges implementing the CARES Act – Community College Daily

Predicting and Communicating Bad Financial News – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 17 – Inside Higher Ed

CARES on campus: Stimulus program and higher ed – University Business

Updated: 73 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic

Why displaced college students are suing their schools – University Business

How much will your state’s universities get under the CARES Act? – University Business

Stunned by coronavirus, a college town slowly awakens to a surreal world – USA Today

April 16, 2020

At-Home SAT Tests? If COVID-19 Closures Continue, College Board Says Yes – EdSurge

As Pandemic Persists, Colleges Consider Options for the Fall – EdSurge

How to Responsibly Reopen Colleges in the Fall – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 16 – Inside Higher Ed

China’s Limitations on Distance Education – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus could change where students go to college, if they go at all – USA Today

In The Shadow Of The Virus, How Will Colleges Operate This Fall? – Forbes

Preparing For The Future Of Remote Work – Forbes

April 15, 2020

How Higher Education Leaders Should Respond To The Coronavirus Financial Crisis – Forbes

COVID-19 Forces Science Labs Online and in Homes – EdSurge

New Survey: Pandemic Will Drive Down College Enrollment – Forbes

University Expands Chatbot Use to Handle Students’ Coronavirus Questions – Campus Technology

Adapting to online learning in a pinch (Part 3) – eCampus News

As college classes move online, don’t expect a tuition discount due to coronavirus – CNBC

How a New College President Views the COVID-19 Crisis – EdSurge

Learning During the Pandemic – Inside Higher Ed

A Requiem for Academics – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 15 – Inside Higher Ed

Covid-19 Is a Pivotal Moment for Struggling Students. Can Colleges Step Up? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Generation C Has Nowhere to Turn – The Atlantic

Already, universities are planning for a fall without students on campus — just in case – Boston Globe

April 14, 2020

Washington Watch: AACC’s top 5 priorities for next stimulus bill – Community College Daily

‘We’re on the edge of the precipice’: How the pandemic could shatter college dreams – Politico

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY AID COMING TO STUDENTS NEXT WEEK, INSTITUTIONAL ASSISTANCE COMING SOON – ACE

OPINION: As the coronavirus speeds colleges’ move online, what happens to oversight? – The Hechinger Report

College in the time of coronavirus – The Hechinger Report

Tracking how the coronavirus is impacting colleges – Education Dive

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 14 – Inside Higher Ed

Still in Limbo? – Inside Higher Ed

COVID-19: How the higher ed business model is changing – University Business

Updated: 63 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

Coronavirus could change where students go to college, if they go at all – USA Today

A New Learning Ecosystem Is More Important Than Ever – Forbes

April 13, 2020

More Than 400 Failing Colleges Will Get $315 Million In COVID-19 Relief – Forbes

How COVID-19 Could Shift The College Business Model: ‘It’s Hard To Go Back’ – Forbes

When The Pandemic Is Over, Will U.S. Higher Education Be Ready To Get People Back To Work? – Forbes

DeVos unveils plan to dole out stimulus cash to college students – Politico

CARES Act offers billions to aid college students – University Business

Updated: 61 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 13 – Inside Higher Ed

Yields and Admit Rates Are in Flux – Inside Higher Ed

The Next Financial Blow – Inside Higher Ed

The Coronavirus Has Emptied Dorms and Dining Halls. Here’s Why Refunds for Them Are a Tricky Calculation. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Productivity and Happiness Under Sustained Disaster Conditions – The Chronicle of Higher Education

President Edward Wingenbach: Hampshire College’s financial planning amid COVID-19 impact – Mass Live

April 10, 2020

Ed Dept to distribute $6B in coronavirus stimulus funding to colleges – Education Dive

CARES Act funds will come in two waves – Community College Daily

6 Steps to Prepare for an Online Fall Semester – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How to Reconnect With Students and Strengthen Your Remote Course – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 10 – Inside Higher Ed

Here Come the Furloughs – Inside Higher Ed

Chairman Scott Statement on Distribution of First $6 Billion in Emergency CARES Act Funding to Colleges and Students

Updated: 59 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

Adapting to online learning in a pinch (Part 2) – eCampus News

What Happens If Campuses Can’t Reopen in the Fall? – EdSurge

April 9, 2020

The Quandary: Support for Sick Students, Plus Orientation in the Coronavirus Pandemic – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Cuomo: Student loan industry to suspend collections and late fees – Local SYR

Will Students Show Up? – Inside Higher Ed

Campuses Might Still Be Closed in the Fall. How Should Universities Prepare? – Diverse

Strapped U.S. Colleges Won’t All Outlast the Coronavirus – Bloomberg Opinion

Free Software Tools Colleges Can Use for Online Learning – Ed Tech

Updated: 58 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

How 3 colleges are helping vulnerable students during the coronavirus crisis – Education Dive

How do you manage college online — quarantined with eight people? – The Hechinger Report

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 9 – Inside Higher Ed

Adjusting to Remote Instruction at Community Colleges – Inside Higher Ed

Colleges With Empty Campuses Face an Uncertain Financial Future – Bloomberg

April 8, 2020

COVID-19 and cyberattacks: What you need to know – eCampus News

Updated: 55 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

Disabled Students Already Faced Learning Barriers. Then Coronavirus Forced an Abrupt Shift to Online Classes. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

2 Principles Guiding My Reluctant Online Conversion – The Chronicle of Higher Education

‘On a Desert Island With Your Students’: Professors Discuss the Weirdness of Teaching Remotely in a Pandemic – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 8 – Inside Higher Ed

Retaining High-Risk Students Amid the Coronavirus – Inside Higher Ed

Evaluating Teaching During the Pandemic – Inside Higher Ed

April 7, 2020

Washington Watch: ED’s updated COVID-19 guidance – Community College Daily

Updated: 50 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

Continuing with confidence during emergencies—and beyond – University Business

How (Not) to Evaluate Teaching During a Pandemic – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 7 – Inside Higher Ed

Stepping Up and Helping Out – Inside Higher Ed

Keeping Faculty and Learners Engaged While Isolated – The evolllution

Zoom’s Out for Remote Learning – Tech & Learning University

Top 5 Remote Teaching Tips – Tech & Learning University

April 6, 2020

Attracting Students Amid the Coronavirus – Inside Higher Ed

Accessibility Suffers During Pandemic – Inside Higher Ed

When Professors Get Sick – Inside Higher Ed

The Coronavirus Will Be The Death Knell For Some Colleges – Forbes

Updated: 48 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

Adapting to online learning in a pinch – eCampus News

Medical Students Were Sidelined by Coronavirus. Now They’re Volunteering to Battle the Pandemic. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How Are Colleges Contributing to the ‘War Effort’ Against the Coronavirus? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges Continue to Churn Through Refund Plans – Inside Higher Ed

A Message With Meaning – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 6 – Inside Higher Ed

April 3, 2020

Pandemic’s New Victim? Free College – Inside Higher Ed

‘Zoomed Out’: Why ‘Live’ Teaching Isn’t Always the Best – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Complicates an Already Tricky Balancing Act for Adult Learners – The Chronicle of Higher Education

COVID-19: Why higher ed may never be the same – University Business

The 3 Biggest Remote Teaching Concerns We Need to Solve Now – EdSurge

5 tips to teach online–from an instructor doing it now – eCampus News

Faculty need flexibility to teach and support students’ mental health – University Business

No Caps, No Gowns: For Many In The Class Of 2020, Commencement Is Called Off

As Times and Students Change, Can Faculty Change, Too? – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 3 – Inside Higher Ed

Figuring Out How to Teach From a Distance – Inside Higher Ed

‘I Was Horrified’: For Millions of Borrowers, the Coronavirus Stimulus Law Offers No Relief – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How Are Colleges Contributing to the ‘War Effort’ Against the Coronavirus? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

5 Ways to Transform the Academic Workplace in a Post-Covid-19 World – The Chronicle of Higher Education

With graduations canceled, students are using ‘Minecraft’ to recreate college campuses – Fast Company

April 2, 2020

A French Scientist Says He Can Cure Covid-19. Other Researchers Have Their Doubts. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Adapting to online in a pinch – Community College Daily

Scholars v. COVID-19 Racism – Inside Higher Ed

A Deadly Toll in Academe – Inside Higher Ed

In Closing Dorms, Colleges Hoped to Limit Coronavirus’s Spread. Did Spring-Breakers Thwart That Plan? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

States ease high school graduation requirements as coronavirus closures extend – Education Dive

Colleges go test-optional to ease burden on students – University Business

What Students Want Colleges to Know About COVID-19 Shutdowns – EdSurge

April 1, 2020

Five Ways COVID-19 Will Impact Fall College Enrollments – Forbes

Colleges move to refund student fees, but can their budgets take the hit? – Education Dive

Preparing for a Fall Without In-Person Classes – Inside Higher Ed

Washington Watch: A deeper look at the CARES Act – Community College Daily

Coronavirus scrambles higher ed’s state funding outlook – Education Dive

Coronavirus News Roundup for April 1 – Inside Higher Ed

Frozen Searches – Inside Higher Ed

COVID-19 has thrust universities into online learning⁠—how should they adapt? – Brookings

How online learning supports shier students – University Business

5 ways to overcome online achievement gaps – University Business

March 31, 2020

‘He Had No Pants on.’ 10 Awkward, Human Moments in the Move to Online Learning – EdSurge

Coping With a Pandemic – Inside Higher Ed

A Double Whammy for Student Parents – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup for March 31 – Inside Higher Ed

Why You Should Ignore All That Coronavirus-Inspired Productivity Pressure – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Guideposts for the COVID-19 Learning Transition – ACE

University Grad Students Step Up To Fill U.S. Coronavirus Testing Void – NPR

Let’s Take Advantage Of Coronavirus To Get Comfortable Using Video Call Technology – Forbes

15 Most Popular Questions About Student Loans And Coronavirus – Forbes

Our Current Situation Is Altering Education Systems — Will Those Changes Be Permanent? – Forbes

Colleges Go To Pass-Fail Due To Coronavirus Concerns: What Does This Mean For Students – Forbes

Should Colleges Discount Tuition Because Of The Shift To Internet Classes? – Forbes

Five Ways COVID-19 Will Impact Fall College Enrollments – Forbes

What you should know about providing telehealth during campus closures – University Business

Hand Sanitizer Help from Higher Ed – Infographic – University Business

With high school seniors’ lives upended by coronavirus, universities are loosening enrollment deadlines, but some colleges are ‘being stubborn – Chicago Tribune

March 30, 2020

AACS Government Relations Chairman Responds to Misleading Article “Fine Print of Stimulus Bill Contains Special Deals for Industries” From the New York Times

Answers To Questions About Student Loan Forgiveness, Including Coronavirus Relief – Forbes

Liberty University Brings Back Its Students, and Coronavirus Fears, Too – The New York Times

Coronavirus stimulus bill: 7 ways student loan borrowers benefit – Yahoo Finance

The Disease That Could Topple Traditional Higher Education – Forbes

Updated: 37 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

COVID-19: How adjuncts are impacted – University Business

How to create community in online learning – University Business

Colleges extend decision deadline due to coronavirus as new students reconsider – CNBC

With Coronavirus Disrupting College, Should Every Student Pass? – The New York Times

Congress Strikes Deal for $2 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Package – NASFAA

How a Pandemic Could Change Higher Education – EdSurge

Back to class, remotely – Community College Daily

Coronavirus News Roundup for March 30 – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus Drives Colleges to Test Optional – Inside Higher Ed

Empty Benches at Empty Lab Tables – Inside Higher Ed

‘Do No Harm’: The Coronavirus Crisis Calls for Compassion, Say Faculty Members Sharing Advice – The Chronicle of Higher Education

As Covid-19 Erases Line Between Work and Home, Professors Learn to Teach Remotely While Watching Their Kids – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Student loans get put on hold in coronavirus stimulus bill. Here’s what to know. – ABC News

A broad strategy for schools during the COVID-19 pandemic – Brookings

March 27, 2020

Controversial Tax Break for Loan Payments – Inside Higher Ed

Senate coronavirus stimulus package falls short, higher ed leaders say – Education Dive

Everything You Need to Know: Education in the Coronavirus Emergency Bill – New America

UNCF: $1 Billion for HBCUs, TCUs, MSIs in Federal Coronavirus Stimulus Package – Diverse

Updated: Free Resources for Schools During COVID-19 Outbreak – The Journal

Tracking how the coronavirus is impacting colleges – Education Dive

Four Concerns — and One Cause For Hope — As Coronavirus Closes Community Colleges – EdSurge

Scenes From College Classes Forced Online By COVID-19 – EdSurge

A System-Wide Solution To Online Education: Look To North Carolina – Forbes

Online higher education isn’t winning over students forced off campus by the coronavirus – The Hechinger Report

Coronavirus News Roundup for March 27 – Inside Higher Ed

Fundraising and HR During the Crisis – Inside Higher Ed

For Many Graduate Students, Covid-19 Pandemic Highlights Inequities – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How to Help Struggling Students Succeed Online – The Chronicle of Higher Education

When Covid-19 Closed Colleges, Many Students Lost Jobs They Needed. Now Campuses Scramble to Support Them. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

March 26, 2020

McConnell Agrees To Pause Student Loan Repayment In Coronavirus Stimulus – Forbes

‘Zoombombing’ Attacks Disrupt Classes – Inside Higher Ed

ED Halts Collections on Defaulted Student Loans Due to COVID-19 – NASFAA

Colleges Get Billions in Coronavirus Relief, but Say Deal Falls Short of Needs – The New York Times

Managing COVID-19 Update: Legislative Fix Protects GI Bill Benefits – CoolyED

Remote Learning on the Fly: Notes from China – Campus Technology

Updated: 29 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

New to the higher ed digital community? – University Business

Video platform built for teaching and learning now available free to educators – University Business

Partners, ‘Vultures,’ and Other Dispatches From Higher Ed’s Grand Move Online

Congress Is Poised to Pass a Coronavirus Stimulus Deal. Here’s What’s in It for Higher Ed. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Coronavirus Is Upending Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Staffing Divide – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup, March 26 – Inside Higher Ed

Hold Off or Proceed? – Inside Higher Ed

March 25, 2020

How these colleges are marketing to admitted students during COVID-19 – University Business

Will COVID-19 Lead to Another MOOC Moment? – EdSurge

How the coronavirus has upended college admissions – The Hechinger Report

Colleges Fear Cuts If They Can’t Fill the Next Freshman Class – Bloomberg

Groups request $1.5B to help minority-serving colleges respond to coronavirus – Education Dive

Rural colleges take steps to weather coronavirus, but will it be enough? – Education Dive

Trump suggests schools will reopen – Politico

Washington Watch: Stimulus talks reaching conclusion – Community College Daily

How Is Covid-19 Changing Prospective Students’ Plans? Here’s an Early Look – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Coronavirus Is Upending Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments.- The Chronicle of Higher Education

A Side Effect of Remote Teaching During Covid-19? Videos That Can Be Weaponized – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus News Roundup, March 25 – Inside Higher Ed

Prioritizing the Urgent, Important and Necessary – Inside Higher Ed

March 24, 2020

Private Student Loan Borrowers to See Some Reprieve Amid Coronavirus Relief Efforts – NASFAA

Colleges Seek More Than $50 Billion to Weather Virus Disruptions – Bloomberg Government

Remote in a Time of Pandemic: Six Considerations As We Adapt to COVID-19 – the evolllution

Washington Watch: Help through stimulus legislation – Community College Daily

Coronavirus Pandemic Has College-Bound Students, Parents Rethinking Higher Education Decisions – Yahoo Finance

Keeping Accessibility in Mind During the COVID-19 Conversion of Courses – WCET Frontiers

Support for Veterans Shown by Congress’ Quick Response to Preserve GI Benefits during COVID-19 – WCET Frontiers

Student debt emerges as sticking point in stimulus debate – Politico

President Speaks: 5 tips for small-college leaders to foster community amid coronavirus – Education Dive

Joe Biden: Cancel $10,000 Of Student Loans Due To Coronavirus – Forbes

Sexual-Assault Investigations May Be Delayed as Coronavirus Disrupts Colleges – The Chronicle of Higher Education

A hold on commencements – Community College Daily – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Coronavirus Is Upending Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How to Help Students Keep Learning Through a Disruption – The Chronicle of Higher Education

As Coronavirus Spreads, Colleges Make Limited Allowances for Support Staff – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Funding, Admissions and Assessments – Inside Higher Ed

Faculty Home Work – Inside Higher Ed

Ilhan Omar: Cancel $30,000 Of Student Loan Debt Due To Coronavirus – Forbes

Redesigning College Admission: COVID-19, Access And Equity

Graduation, Financial Aid, Admissions — For This Year’s College-Bound, The Future Is In Turmoil – NPR

CHLOE Report Advice for Online Learning: Focus on Completing Course Reqs – Campus Technology

In dark days of coronavirus, acts of generosity can restore students’ faith in higher education and each other – The Hechinger Report

March 23, 2020

ED Clarifies Details of Interest Accrual Pause, Allows Temporary Administrative Forbearance – NASFAA

Questions Without Answers on Admissions – Inside Higher Ed

Higher ed groups press for federal support for coronavirus response – Education Dive

GOP proposes suspending federal student loan payments, extending new powers for school waivers – Politico

Coronavirus student loan relief: Education Department says borrowers can ask for a payment pause – Yahoo Finance

Change Federal Rules So Colleges Can Survive and Thrive – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus Silver Lining: Easier To Get Into Many Top Colleges – Forbes

Academic Advising Amid Social Distancing – Inside Higher Ed

Calls for Relief, Essential Colleges and Seniors Having Fun – Inside Higher Ed

Donating medical masks, gloves to hospitals – Community College Daily

As the Coronavirus Forces Faculty Online, It’s ‘Like Drinking Out of a Firehose’ – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Graduation, Financial Aid, Admissions — For This Year’s College-Bound, The Future Is In Turmoil – NPR

Lessons For Online Learning In A New Era Of Connectivity – Forbes

Federal Student Loan Borrowers Are Getting Some Relief During Coronavirus Crisis – Forbes

Edtech Platforms See Huge Spike In Adoption From Offering Free Content To Students Amid School Shutdowns – Forbes

Relief for Students During COVID-19 – E&L Blog

Warren, Brown, and Durbin Lead Senate Colleagues in Urging Congressional Negotiators to Cancel Student Loan Payments and Debt in COVID-19 Response Package

‘Panic-gogy’: Teaching Online Classes During The Coronavirus Pandemic – NPR

As more colleges move to remote learning, students struggle to adapt – CNBC

March 20, 2020

Amid coronavirus, colleges wrestle with a chaotic recruiting environment – Education Dive

3 ways community colleges can support students during the coronavirus crisis – Education Dive

Senate Republicans, Democrats Release Student Debt Relief Proposals Amid Coronavirus Outbreak – NASFAA

Remote in a Time of Pandemic: Six Considerations As We Adapt to COVID-19 – The evolution

As Colleges Shift to Emergency Teaching Online, How Good is Good Enough? – EdSurge

Latest Coronavirus News – Inside Higher Ed

Stimulus Plans, Pass/Fail and a Panda – Inside Higher Ed

International and Study Abroad Students See Major Disruptions – Inside Higher Ed

Community college libraries: Ready to serve – Community College Daily

Emergency response and ‘silver linings’ – Community College Daily

How to Help Students Keep Learning Through a Disruption – The Chronicle of Higher Education

If Coronavirus Patients Overwhelm Hospitals, These Colleges Are Offering Their Dorms – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Make All Courses Pass/Fail Now – The Chronicle of Higher Education

As Professors Scramble to Adjust to the Coronavirus Crisis, the Tenure Clock Still Ticks – The Chronicle of Higher Education

First-Gen College Students Face Extra Challenges Amid Outbreak’s Disruption – Houston Public Media

March 19, 2020

Five Tips for Moving Courses Online Quickly, from an OMSCS Instructor – Georgia Tech

Moody’s lowers higher ed outlook to negative amid coronavirus crisis – Education Dive

How to Make College Decisions When Campuses Are Closed – The New York Times

Overdue: Closing Libraries – Inside Higher Ed

Worry, Hope for Community Colleges – Inside Higher Ed

#PassFailNation – Inside Higher Ed

Australian Universities Opt for Online – Inside Higher Ed

Should Feds Make Students’ Loan Payments During Crisis? – Inside Higher Ed

Federal Rescue Package for Higher Ed – Inside Higher Ed – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Crisis Underscores the Traits of a Resilient College

The Covid-19 Crisis Is Widening the Gap Between Secure and Insecure Instructors – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus cancels another wave of college graduations – University Business

Some college students will get refunds for campus closures – University Business

COVID-19: Strategies for communicating and leading with certainty – University Business

March 18, 2020

COVID-19 Update: Remote learning to continue through end of semester – Purdue University 

Supporting Students in Response to Coronavirus Act (H.R. 6275)

Edtech companies offer free tools to colleges affected by COVID-19 – edscoop

House bill would provide $1.2B to help college students during coronavirus pandemic – Education Dive

UC Irvine Launches Online Learning Research Center – Campus Technology

2U Offers Partner Universities Help in Training Faculty for Online Instruction – Campus Technology

New York Stops Collection Of Student Loan Debt – Forbes

Amid coronavirus, colleges wrestle with a chaotic recruiting environment – Education Dive

Embracing online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic – eCampus News

How Librarians Continue Their Work Digitally Even as Coronavirus Closes Libraries – EdSurge

Adjusting to Emergency Online Instruction Poses Extra Challenges For Adjunct Faculty – EdSurge

Will Shift to Remote Teaching Be Boon or Bane for Online Learning? – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup, March 17 – Inside Higher Ed

Black Colleges Feeling Collective Pain – Inside Higher Ed

Students Refuse to Leave Campus Refuge – Inside Higher Ed

University Labs Head to the Front Lines of Coronavirus Containment – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Keep Calm and Keep Teaching – Inside Higher Ed

Navigating Uncertain Times: How Schools Can Cope With Coronavirus – EdSurge

Coronavirus Lockdowns Are Creating Big Challenges For Deaf Students Being Forced To Leave College – BuzzFeed

‘Organized Chaos’: Many Mass. Colleges Unprepared For Transition To Online Teaching

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau restricts access to HQ after contractor tests positive for coronavirus – Yahoo News

March 17, 2020

How the Coronavirus Can Disrupt Your College Financial Aid – U.S. News

HOUSE, SENATE INTRODUCE FINANCIAL AID LEGISLATION FOR CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK – ACE

What ‘Distance Learning’ Looks Like For Students Without Computers Or Wi-Fi – HuffPost

Crisis Leadership and the Higher Education Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak – The Evolution

COVID-19: Guidance for SEVP Stakeholders – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Census Bureau Statement on Modifying 2020 Census Operations to Make Sure College Students are Counted

Coronavirus could rattle colleges’ international enrollment strategies – Education Dive

Colleges Emptied Dorms Amid Coronavirus Fears. What Can They Do About Off-Campus Housing? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

HBCUs Face An Additional Set of Coronavirus Concerns – Diverse

Community Colleges Prepare for Coronavirus, Distance Learning – Diverse

Embracing online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic – eCampus News

Free and Discounted Ed Tech Tools for Online Learning During the Coronavirus Pandemic – Campus Technology

Coronavirus now canceling commencement ceremonies – University Business

Hurricane Katrina provides lessons about closing campuses during the coronavirus crisis – Brookings

March 16, 2020

Free, Online Learning Resources When Coronavirus Closes Schools – CATO Institute

Trump Pledges to Pause Student Loan Interest Accrual in Wake of Coronavirus – NASFAA

VA Distributes Coronavirus Guidance for Payout of GI Bill Student Benefits – NASFAA

Coronavirus may stress colleges’ finances, rating agency predicts – Education Dive

Why social distancing can help colleges stem the spread of coronavirus – Education Dive

How to Get New Students When Campus Tours Are Out of the Question – Inside Higher Ed

Taking the SAT in Perilous Times – Inside Higher Ed

Ed-Tech Vendors Confront Sudden Opportunity and Risk – Inside Higher Ed

‘As Human as Possible’ – Inside Higher Ed

Coping With the Pandemic – Inside Higher Ed

As Coronavirus Drives Students From Campuses, What Happens to the Workers Who Feed Them? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

What About the Health of Staff Members? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

COVID-19: The Response from Colleges and Universities – Akin Gump (JD Supra)

Coronavirus Update for Educational Institutions – Parker Poe (JD Supra)

How COVID-19 Will Affect The 2020 College Admissions Cycle – Forbes

Harvard and other major universities still charging full tuition as classes go online amid coronavirus outbreak – MarketWatch

How to make online learning more engaging – University Business

How to prep faculty for e-learning during coronavirus closures – University Business

Checklists Provide Guidance for Emergency Remote Instruction – Campus Technology

Will The Coronavirus Lead To Declarations Of Financial Exigency? Colleges Need A Better Way. – Forbes

Colleges Moving Online Will Be A Good Thing, Just Not How You Expect – Forbes

Standardized tests — including the SAT — are being canceled or delayed amid coronavirus pandemic – The Washington Post

March 13, 2020

Managing COVID-19 Disruption – CooleyED

Managing COVID-19 Disruption: Title IV Processing – CooleyED

U.S. Department of Education Issues COVID-19 Guidance to Schools – Duane Morris

Preparing for Emergency Online Teaching – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Forces Hundreds of Sites to Cancel the March SAT – U.S. News

MOOC providers offer some free course access amid coronavirus outbreak – Education Dive

Why social distancing can help colleges stem the spread of coronavirus – Education Dive

Shock, Fear, and Fatalism: As Coronavirus Prompts Colleges to Close, Students Grapple With Uncertainty – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Uncertain Fate for Support Staff – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus Closures Pose Refund Quandary – Inside Higher Ed

Washington Watch: Support in the face of COVID-19 – Community College Daily

If Coronavirus Closes School, Who Gets Paid and How? – Education Week

Coronavirus presents new challenges and opportunities to higher education – The Hill

Coronavirus Could Cause a Long-Term Higher Ed Crisis – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus and Colleges: Here’s What to Know About Refunds, Work Study and Financial Aid As Campuses Close – Money

Colleges Planned to Move to Online for Snow Days. Now Some Are Closed Indefinitely. – EdSurge

The Downsides of Closing Schools and Colleges in a Crisis – EdSurge

Tears, confusion and financial woes as colleges abruptly end semesters and send students home – The Hechinger Report

March 12, 2020

The Campus Closure Divide – Inside Higher Ed

How to Manage COVID-19 Related Offers to Help from OPMs – Inside Higher Ed

UW Medicine expanding drive-thru COVID-19 testing to patients, first responders – KIRO7

Pandemic Triggers Chaos – Inside Higher Ed

Similar approaches for dealing with COVID-19 – Community College Daily

Why Coronavirus Looks Like a ‘Black Swan’ Moment for Higher Ed – The Chronicle of Higher Education

When Coronavirus Closes Colleges, What Do Students Lose? For Some, Hot Meals, Health Care, and a Place to Sleep – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Takes Toll on K-12 and Higher Education – U.S. News

Safety on Campus During the Coronavirus Outbreak – U.S. News

Covid-19 Boost to Online Learning May Backfire – Education Next

4 tips to prepare your campus for a coronavirus outbreak – eCampus News

Coronavirus Response: Count of Campus Closures Continues to Rise – Campus Technology

Coronavirus: Florida orders state universities online – University Business

Is The Coronavirus Preventing Students From Taking The SAT? – Forbes

March 11, 2020

Harvard, other colleges tell students to move out as coronavirus concerns grow – Education Dive

Three UC campuses, Harvard, Princeton join growing coronavirus cancellations – Los Angeles Times

What ‘Middle’ Administrators Can Do to Help in the Coronavirus Crisis – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges Ask Students to Leave Campuses – Inside Higher Ed

Keeping Their Distance – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus and Schools – Education Week

Academe in the Red Zone – Inside Higher Ed

Transforming Your Online Teaching From Crisis to Community – Inside Higher Ed

March 10, 2020

More Than 40 Colleges Cancel In-Person Classes In Response To Coronavirus – NPR

Coronavirus forces more shifts to online education – University Business

Colleges Reacting To The Coronavirus Should Consider The Needs Of Students – Forbes

‘Community Spread’ and Campus Closures – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus threat prompts more cancellations for colleges – Education Dive

The Novel Coronavirus Can Kill Colleges As Well As People – Forbes

If Coronavirus Closes U.S. Schools, It Won’t Be the Feds Who Order It – Bloomberg

Preparing to Take School Online? Here Are 10 Tips to Make It Work. – EdSurge

Crash Course Offers Roadmap for Quick Transition to Online Learning – Campus Technology

Conference Cancellations Mount – Inside Higher Ed

AACC cancels convention – Community College Daily

ACE2020 CANCELED IN RESPONSE TO WIDENING CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK – ACE

March 9, 2020

Interim Guidance for Administrators of US Institutions of Higher Education – CDC

Coronavirus: Tips for teaching college online – University Business

Two colleges close, another cancels classes and others brace for coronavirus impact on campus – The Washington Post

6 Ways Universities Are Responding To Coronavirus – NPR

Coronavirus App to Provide At-Home Risk Assessment – Campus Technology

OLC Offers Resources for Online Learning in the Face of Coronavirus Shutdowns – Campus Technology

Campuses Close Due to Virus – Inside Higher Ed

Colleges Move Online Amid Virus Fears – Inside Higher Ed

How the Coronavirus Is Affecting Admissions – Inside Higher Ed

Are Any Colleges Insured Against Coronavirus Fallout? – Inside Higher Ed

Education Department loosens online restrictions for colleges amid coronavirus – Politico

Coronavirus Hits Campus – The Chronicle of Higher Education

First U.S. College to Close Classrooms as Virus Spreads. More Could Follow. – The New York Times

March 5, 2020

Breaking news: U.S. Department of Education Guidance for interruptions of study related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – WCET Frontiers

Federal Agencies, Health Association Help Colleges Plan Ahead – Inside Higher Ed

Higher ed groups share guides to help prep for the coronavirus – Education Dive

A college closes, another cancels classes and others brace for coronavirus impact on campus – The Washington Post

Student aid flexibility in response to coronavirus – Community College Daily

Coronavirus and Higher Education – Inside Higher Ed

Preparing for the Worst – Inside Higher Ed

ED Issues Guidance to Institutions on Title IV Implications of Coronavirus Spread – NASFAA

Johns Hopkins Dashboard Maps Global Coronavirus Cases – Campus Technology

Analysts Watch for Coronavirus Impact on Edtech Stocks – EdSurge

Education World Reacts to Coronavirus: The Latest Developments – EdSurge

March 4, 2020

The Coronavirus Threatens to Upend Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Coverage – Inside Higher Ed

Communicating about coronavirus – Community College Daily

As coronavirus concerns rise in US, colleges look online for continuity – Education Dive

Race for a Vaccine – Inside Higher Ed

The Coronavirus’ Chilling Effect Hits Edtech Industry Conferences – EdSurge

Coronavirus and the College Campus: Part 1, Study (Not So) Abroad – Tech & Learning University

Coronavirus forces colleges to plan for online learning – University Business

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