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Seton Hall confirms reopening plan, following state’s guidance on in-person instruction

Seton Hall University updated its students and other members of the university community on its fall reopening plans, which it had initially detailed...

Newark startup PeduL partners with AACCNJ to launch scholarship campaign for underrepresented students

Kayla Michèle and Chisa Egbelu are all about opportunities for students from underrepresented communities. The idea, however, comes with a...


Ramapo launches doctor of nursing practice program

Ramapo College of New Jersey has launched a new doctor of nursing program, the Mahwah-based university announced on Wednesday. Applications for...

Archdiocese of Newark to close 5, consolidate 3 Catholic schools due to COVID

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of Schools of the Archdiocese of Newark announced on Tuesday that five elementary schools are not reopening this fall. Also, three schools will consolidate with nearby communities. The office said...


TCNJ updates fall plans: All remote classes — and very little on-campus housing

When The College of New Jersey President Kathryn Foster announced the updated guidelines for the fall semester Monday — including all-remote...

Two N.J. universities get grants from TD Ameritrade

Two New Jersey universities were among six honored with TD Ameritrade Institutional’s 2020 RIA NextGen Grant awards, the financial services firm...


Saint Peter’s teams up with IBM for Skills Academy

Saint Peter’s University said this week that its Frank J. Guarini School of Business is partnering with IBM to develop an IBM Skills Academy on the...

Murphy explains push for a return to in-school instruction

The point was well made. Indoor schooling is not like indoor dining. At least, it’s not from a socioeconomic standing. And it showed where Gov....


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