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Latest College & Financial Aid News

Thanksgiving 2020 Travel Tips for College Students

November 19, 2020

by Izzy Hall

For many college students this year, Thanksgiving is the end-of-semester holiday rather than a traditional winter break in December. Some colleges started their semesters early so they could wrap up by Thanksgiving, while others are having students finish out the semester virtually. Whatever your circumstances, it helps to have a thought-out plan on how you will be travelling from campus to home so you can enjoy the holidays with your family. Here are our tips for COVID-friendly travel this Thanksgiving. [...]

How Promising COVID-19 Vaccines Could Affect Colleges

November 17, 2020

by Izzy Hall

In recent days, two drug manufactures, Pfizer and Moderna, have both announced that their COVID-19 vaccines have had more than a 90% success rate in clinical trials. The thought of a COVID vaccine is sure to raise anyone’s spirits, and while college students are likely to be at the back of the line when vaccines are distributed, some college officials are hopeful that students may be able to be vaccinated by late next spring or summer. [...]

Capturing Student Sentiment About Fall Semester and Beyond

November 12, 2020

by Izzy Hall

As this highly unusual Fall 2020 semester is nearing its conclusion, administrators are anxious to see how college students have responded to online learning – and how many students are likely to come back for a similar experience in the Spring of 2021. A new student survey from the learning platform company Top Hat finds that while many students are still adjusting to online learning, the majority of them intend to return to school for the Spring semester. [...]

Last Reviewed: November 2020