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  • Key Senator Expresses Optimism About Campus Reopenings

    May 28, 2020

    Lawmaker vows to include limited liability for colleges that reopen this fall and greater flexibility for federal relief money in any future COVID-19 legislation.


  • FAFSA Renewals are Down

    May 28, 2020

    Applications started to decline in mid-March when the country began to shut down in response to the pandemic. Applications increased slightly since April but still lag compared to last year.


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The implications of COVID-19 are far reaching. Institutions are moving quickly to establish new practices and policy exceptions around their actions to move courses and services online or to other remote delivery for the foreseeable future.

The voluntary guidance below provides general parameters to follow when implementing practice and policy changes while allowing flexibility and compassion during a time of unprecedented disruption. While short-term solutions may be advisable, it is prudent to also consider long-term implications of any changes, as well as to consult with accrediting bodies and/or state Departments of Education and governing boards.

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