How will the coronavirus impact your high school junior or senior? Here are some thoughts that might answer your concerns.
After the ‘Varsity Blues’ scandal, there was lots of talk about overhauling college admissions. Will there actually be any action?
As more coronavirus cases are confirmed in the U.S., college students face a potentially higher risk of getting and spreading the disease.
Lori Loughlin could score her first victory of the sort in her upcoming trial for her involvement in the college admissions scandal, without setting foot in a courtroom, due to the developments surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
For students who have already applied to university and are eagerly awaiting their admissions responses, there is a growing worry that the coronavirus will affect admissions decisions.
More than 200 colleges and universities across the U.S. have closed in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. Not all students are seeing refunds for unused room and board.
A San Diego State University student who had been studying in Italy and a University of San Diego graduate student have tested positive for COVID-19.
“It feels like all the hard work — I don’t want to say it’s for nothing, but you want to compete.”
More than three million college students may be affected.
Like many other colleges and universities in Virginia, Roanoke College is suspending face-to-face classes amid coronavirus concerns.
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