The proposal from CT State Colleges & Universities leadership involves cuts to security, travel costs and other efficiencies, but no layoffs.
Some faculty disagree with administrators’ strategy for handling financial problems at the state university system.
The Connecticut State Colleges and University system announced that it will begin the spring 2022 semester as originally scheduled.
Nearly 15% of the students enrolled at Connecticut community colleges have received non-medical exemptions from the system’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, a rate that administrators suggested could be brought down with efforts to educate students about the vaccine. Of the 37,116 students enrolled at the state’s community colleges this semester, 71% are fully or partially vaccinated; 5,479 […]
The mandate includes employees at UConn Health and at the university’s five campuses.
Federal funds will be used to relieve the debt of 18,161 current and former students impacted by the pandemic.
Connecticut State Colleges and Universities will require students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before returning to campus this fall.
The COVID vaccines are authorized for “emergency use,” making the legality of mandates murky
For the community colleges, services and extension fees will also remain at the 2020-21 levels.
CSCU students and faculty protest against the Board of Regents’ contract proposals outside of Central Connecticut State University on Feb. 26. CSCU students and faculty protest against the Board of Regents’ contract proposals outside of Central Connecticut State University on Feb. 26. Connecticut State Colleges and Universities faculty and students gathered outside of Central Connecticut […]
Much of the shortfall is due to a sharp decrease in enrollment.
If the coronavirus changes students’ attitudes toward residential life, the state’s public university’s and colleges face severe financial risk.
The Connecticut State Colleges and Universities Board of Regents appointed Jane Gates to serve as the system’s interim president.
Students and faculty from the CSCU system called for provide emergency funding after budget cuts.
Students will be tested, masks will be mandatory, and there will be fewer people on campus.