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More Colleges Say They'll Require Students To Have COVID-19 Vaccines For Fall

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Colleges Get Creative To Reach Students After Enrollment Plummets Due To COVID-19

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High School Seniors Ask College Students Their Burning Questions: COVID-19 Edition

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Lavonda Little has been a custodial worker at the University of Florida for more than 16 years. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Cleaning A College In A Pandemic: 'Without Us This Campus Shuts Down'

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'The Backbone Of The College': How Housekeeping Staff Make In-Person College Possible

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A majority of U.S. colleges have canceled spring break, in an attempt to curb student travel. But the rise of online classes means students can now attend college from anywhere, including Miami Beach. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Colleges Canceled Spring Break, But Students Are Traveling Anyway

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Kendra Mendoza's son, Joshua, has cerebral palsy. She says he loves school, but got little of the therapy he needed this spring. Scott Alario for NPR hide caption

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Checking Back With A Teacher, College Student and Mother After A Year At Home

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Biden Tackles Student Loan Debt Forgiveness

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Debate Over Student Loan Forgiveness Hinges On 2 Numbers: $10,000 Vs. $50,000

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Student Loan Forgiveness: Democrats Debate How Much To Cancel

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Spring Semester Brings In-Person Classes And COVID-19 Spikes For Some Colleges

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¿Cómo lleno la solicitud de FAFSA? Una guía bilingüe

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