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A growing number of colleges and universities are requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend college this fall. More than 200 colleges across the country have made COVID vaccinations an official requirement for the Fall 2021 semester, including Rutgers University, Notre Dame, Cornell College and Duke. It’s a unique case for colleges who, while requiring students to have certain immunizations in the past, have not faced a challenge quite like COVID.

Attending College in Fall 2021? You May Need a Vaccine

May 4, 2021 1:31 PM
by Izzy Hall
A growing number of colleges and universities are requiring students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend college this fall. More than 200 colleges across the country have made COVID
This Saturday, students across the country will be making a big decision: Where will they go to college? National College Decision Day is May 1st, when students formally accept admission at a college and make it official with a deposit. Last year, many schools pushed their decision day back from May 1st to June 1st, but this year most colleges and universities returned to the traditional May 1st date.

College Decision Day 2021 is Nearly Here

April 29, 2021 9:01 AM
by Izzy Hall
This Saturday, students across the country will be making a big decision: Where will they go to college? National College Decision Day is May 1st, when students formally accept admission at a college
Test-optional admissions defined the college application season for 2021, and lead to many competitive schools seeing record application numbers. A few colleges and universities that adopted the policy during the pandemic have decided to continue test-optional admissions for the foreseeable future. Other institutions are waiting for hard data to make a decision on whether to keep test-optional admissions or return to requiring SAT and ACT scores as was standard for college admissions before COVID-19. A new study reveals some positive trends for schools that went test-optional prior to pandemic.

New Study Shows Benefits to Test-Optional Admissions

April 20, 2021 8:41 AM
by Izzy Hall
Test-optional admissions defined the college application season for 2021, and lead to many competitive schools seeing record application numbers. A few colleges and universities that adopted the
Back in September, a few colleges who had already adopted a test-optional policy for the current admissions cycle announced that they would be awarding merit scholarships without the need for applicants to submit test scores. Since then, more and more colleges and universities have quietly adopted test-optional merit aid policies to complement their currently test-optional admissions.

More Schools Adopting Test-Optional Merit Aid

March 2, 2021 1:22 PM
by Izzy Hall
Back in September, a few colleges who had already adopted a test-optional policy for the current admissions cycle announced that they would be awarding merit scholarships without the need for
COVID-19 vaccines are in the process of being distributed across the United States. There’s much to coordinate, between delivering vaccine dosages, scheduling vaccination appointments and actually administering the vaccine. In the state of Wisconsin, college nursing students are volunteering to help get the vaccine out.

College Students Help Administer COVID Vaccines

January 26, 2021 2:15 PM
by Izzy Hall
COVID-19 vaccines are in the process of being distributed across the United States. There’s much to coordinate, between delivering vaccine dosages, scheduling vaccination appointments and actually
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