University Of California To Sue Feds Over New COVID-19 Visa Policy Impacting International StudentsUniversity of California on Wednesday announced plans to sue the federal government over new rules requiring international college students to leave the U.S. unless they take some in-person classes during the pandemic.
COVID-19 Impacting Fall College Admission Decisions For Students And Universities AlikeMay 1 is the traditional deadline for students to put down a deposit to reserve a spot at the college of their choice but COVID-19 has thrown a lot of uncertainty into that process.
Coronavirus Update: San Francisco Bay Area Students, Teachers Struggle With Remote Online LearningSchools are shuttered for the remainder of this academic year in the San Francisco Bay Area, but are the kids getting the education they need to move up to the next grade with remote online instruction?
Bay Area Students Adapt As Education System Grapples With Coronavirus OutbreakStudents across the Bay Area are adapting to online classes, canceled events and “deep cleanings" as the education system grapples with the coronavirus outbreak.
Yale University Offering Free Class On 'Happiness' To The WorldYale has started a free online lecture, which looks at how people can be happier in their daily lives.
Pass Rates Up For Online Classes At San Jose StateSan Jose State University is reporting higher pass rates for students who took online classes in a summer program, a significant improvement over students who took the same classes in the spring.
Enrollment Scam Robs Contra Costa College Of Financial Aid MoneyOnce the students picked up their financial aid checks, they managed to either stop enrollment or withdrew from class without the college realizing it, and pocketed nearly $3,000 each.