County colleges say any reduction in state support will mean losses for students and workers and will hamper the economic recovery
Some are offering discounted tuition while the coronavirus keeps students off campus
No Boyfriends or Girlfriends in Dorm Rooms. Limited Use of Dining Halls. No Parties: What Colleges Plan for Campus
Based on state guidelines, schools have been making plans for life with the coronavirus. ‘We’re in a fluid situation that could change at any time’
NJ Colleges Expect Fewer International Students, Businesses also Reckon with Fewer Skilled Foreign Workers
Many students left at start of the pandemic and a recent proclamation by President Trump has limited some student visa programs. Business interests are alarmed ...
Union leaders hope for a labor/management reset with a new executive at the helm of the state university
Students and faculty will be back on campus at many schools, wearing masks and separated by six feet, as social distancing mandates
Aaron Fichtner, president of the New Jersey Council of County Colleges, discusses how these institutions have evolved to better serve today’s students and how those ...
New Jersey’s 18 community colleges are dealing with unprecedented financial challenges, largely because of coronavirus-related cuts in state aid
The university administration and its unions are working on proposals to contend with pandemic-related financial woes
Beyond freezing undergraduate tuition and fees, potential for continued online learning had many students asking for additional reductions
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