The College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) has a new logo for the 2021-22 academic year.
Ultimately, the primary long-run solution is for businesses to pay for more secure systems.
Don’t pay the ransom. Law enforcement authorities and other experts have been advising as much for years.
The Illinois Senate advanced several bills to the House Wednesday, including one establishing a housing insecurity liaison for homeless college students and another allowing routine dental care to be provided at schools.
First lady Jill Biden and U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona visited Sauk Valley Community College in Dixon on Monday to discuss how the American Rescue Plan will support higher education in Illinois.
Millikin has set its football schedule, but is still finalizing volleyball and soccer.
Focus areas will include health care, manufacturing, entrepreneurship, food supply and clean energy.
Knowledge comes at a cost for Binti. In order to attend the galaxy’s top university, she must give up her place among family and enter a world of strangers who don’t understand her culture. As she prepares to step into this new world, she finds herself in the middle of warring alien races. In order to survive, she’ll have to use the tools at her disposal — those of her people behind her and of the prestigious institution ahead.
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State Rep. Emanuel “Chris” Welch said Thursday that he will demand passage of legislation in the upcoming fall veto session to give minority- and women-owned businesses a larger share of the estimated $20 billion in state purchasing and contracting dollars allotted annually.
As detective Lisbeth Salander lies in critical condition with a bullet wound in her head, she knows she’ll soon have to stand trial for three murders and somehow prove her innocence. She’ll work with her friend and journalist Mikael Blomkvist to make those in authority accountable for their crimes. She’ll also have to go rogue to get to the core of the corrupt government institutions and authorities, and to finally plot revenge against the man who tried to kill her. Will justice be served?
“There is a coin shortage nationwide,” said Don Schlorff, vice president of Gerber State Bank in Argenta. “As far as any problems, it's not caused us any issues. We have asked if people have extra coins, we'll be glad to take it for them and deposit it.”
TRENTON — Colleges and trade schools can resume limited in-person programs next month, according to an executive order signed Monday by Gov. Phil Murphy.
New Jersey’s public colleges will have access to an additional $68.8 million in federal funds to help institutions provide educational services to students amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker is giving the state's daily update on the spread of COVID-19 in Illinois.
Lincoln College intends to open in the fall with residential operations and in-person courses, the institution announced Thursday. Reduced class sizes and visitor restrictions are among safety options it is considering.
The data used in this analysis is from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Only four-year, private, not-for-profit, degree-granting institutions that are primarily baccalaureate and above were included in the analysis. Additionally, institutions that primarily offer distance-based learning and specialty-focused schools were excluded.
The data used in this analysis is from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). Only four-year, public, degree-granting institutions that are primarily baccalaureate and above were included in the analysis. Additionally, institutions that primarily offer distance-based learning were excluded.
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