Masks will still be required in classrooms, labs and studios, but in most campus settings, masks will be “recommended” as of Friday.
CSCU leaders say increasing labor costs, running out of federal funds and declining enrollment are some of the reasons for the tuition hike.
Community college faculty called for stricter COVID safety standards as they return to campuses for the spring semester on Friday.
Radenka Maric, the university’s vice president for research, innovation and entrepreneurship, will take over as UConn’s interim president.
The Connecticut State Colleges and University system announced that it will begin the spring 2022 semester as originally scheduled.
Students around the country have protested their schools’ handling of sexual assault as more are on campus after pandemic-disrupted years.
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 […]
A flawed program left many borrowers facing financial hardship from student loans they were legally entitled to have dismissed.
Katsouleas’ departure was “about politics, about personalities … about all those things,” said state Sen. Derek Slap, D-West Hartford.
Connecticut State Colleges and Universities have joined the University of Connecticut in requiring all employees to receive COVID vaccines.
The mandate includes employees at UConn Health and at the university’s five campuses.
Before he resigned, UConn President Thomas Katsouleas butted heads with the university’s board on a handful of issues, emails show.
More than 800 want exemptions from the university’s coronavirus vaccine mandate. More than 500 have been granted.
Federal funds will be used to relieve the debt of 18,161 current and former students impacted by the pandemic.
The $625 increase will boost tuition to $15,030 for in-state students and $37,698 for out-of-state students attending UConn next year.