Masks will be required at all Papillion La Vista schools as officials respond to a surge in student illnesses.
UNO announced on Friday that university-sponsored events of 25 people or more both on and off campus will not be approved for the month of January.
Deontre Thomas had the option to return for a sixth season with the Huskers, but the defensive lineman from Oklahoma is no longer listed on Nebraska's roster.
Thousands of flights canceled. Back-to-the-office plans shelved. Colleges going back to virtual. What now?
A new policy gives UNL the option to require students to follow "instructional continuity plans" in the event of inclement weather.
The renovation will be the first significant one for the 35-year-old building. Work is expected to begin next March and be completed in April 2024.
Some criticized UNL's voluntary vaccine registration program. "The University of Nebraska is shamelessly endorsing totalitarianism," one student said.
Concordia University announced it will return to pre-pandemic operations starting with the fall semester.
The spring 2022 semester will begin Jan. 18, following Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Spring 2022 commencement will move back one week to May 13 and May 14. The university’s spring break will run March 14 to March 18.
California's two public universities will require all students, staff and faculty to get the COVID-19 vaccine for the 2021 fall semester. Sour…
"I know these lessons we’ve learned over the last 10 months will not be forgotten. For as hard and difficult as this road has been, it feels good to finish it strong."
Many colleges and universities in the region differ in their view of whether mandatory coronavirus testing is necessary.
The new measures, including mandatory testing, will go into effect in January, ahead of the spring semester.
While they can make good decisions under the right circumstances, reopening colleges with in-person classes and dormitory living did not set up students to succeed.
Educators may reconsider plans to bring students back after winter holidays while the country still faces crushing virus infection rates. Also today: The latest stats show 13 million cases; plus a look at virus-wary holiday shoppers.
Omaha Public Schools students will begin the second semester of the school year by doing remote learning until the middle of January.
The share of 18- to 29-year-olds living with their parents hit 52% in July — higher than at any point in documented history, including the Great Depression.
Officials at universities around the U.S. scrambled on Monday to deal with new COVID-19 clusters at the start of fall semester, with some already suspending in-person classes.
Leaders of Nebraska's state and private colleges say students will be required to wear masks when they return to class. Students who refuse could face discipline, including possible expulsion.