Higher Education

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One in three college students in this country does not get enough to eat every day. And that statistic is from before the pandemic.

Food insecurity on campus has been a hidden problem for a long time and Virginia Tech is stepping in to help.

Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service at UVA

The pandemic is changing many aspects of life as we now know it, and that’s a trend that will only continue for the rest of the year.

Sweet Briar College

Most US colleges and universities are waiting for guidance on how to plan for fall classes amid the pandemic. But one small women’s college in Central Virginia says it’s a unique position to resume in-person instruction. 

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For two decades, tuition at Virginia’s universities was on the rise. That ended last year after a massive new investment in higher education was available only to schools who agreed to cap their tuition rates. But, it’s unclear whether lawmakers will make the same move this year.

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Virginia Commonwealth University has received $675,000 in federal funding to expand substance use recovery programs to other Virginia colleges.