Stories tagged: "Virginia Colleges"


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Want to Go to College for Free? There’s a Program in Virginia for That.

“These are all high-demand, for the most part high-wage, fields and career pathways. And so [students are] going to come out, no debt, be able to go into a great career, start making really good money right away."

The pandemic is expected to raise rates of suicide nationwide.
A Time to Adjust: William & Mary Helps Veterans Adapt To Civilian Lives

WILLIAMSBURG – For veterans just getting out of the military, it can be a challenge, adapting to civilian life. William & Mary wants to help.

Virginia colleges to require vaccinations to return to campus
Dogwood Download: Things You Should Know For April 17

RICHMOND-Virginia enters Phase 2, McAuliffe campaign fundraising outpaces other candidates, and some colleges will require vaccinations to return to campus.

Virginia Beach Dean Resigns After Facebook Post
University Dean Resigns Over Statements About Voters

VIRGINIA BEACH — A Virginia university dean resigned this week after posting a statement on Facebook.

A New Plan: William & Mary Students Design Potential COVID-19 Therapy

WILLIAMSBURG- This year, the college of William and Mary will be competing alongside 250 other schools worldwide for a chance to win a prize.

COVID Causes Changes for Schools
How Do You Have Online Classes Without Internet? Education Summit Raises Questions

RICHMOND- When the pandemic hit Virginia, most colleges were right in the middle of the 2019-2020 spring semester.

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Virginia’s New Budget Gives an Extra $116 Million for Universities

Gov. Ralph Northam allocated $116 million Tuesday to help colleges and universities stay open during the pandemic.