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Read what University of St. Thomas Professor Robert Kahn learned about attitudes over face covering guidelines and mandates in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Learn the percentage of degrees awarded by our colleges and the key areas where they award the highest share of bachelor’s degrees.
Short news items from the Council
A few articles we think are worth reading
Consider signing up for the two-part virtual event for counselors on May 4 and May 6
Share information about the programs being offered by our campuses this summer.
Find resources for families of high school students on how to start the process – including a college search toolkit.
Share this primer with middle school families on what they can do before their students reach high school.
Learn how four campuses innovated during the pandemic to help students plan for life after graduation.
Check out some of the best recent articles that we’ve come across.
Read how two St. Kate's undergraduates worked with their professors to test and develop the new tool for use with patients.
Delve into the ways four campuses innovated during the pandemic to help students plan and prepare for careers and graduate school.
Explore what Hamline professors and students are doing to tackle racial injustice in K-12 education in this month’s campus news spotlight.
Learn how our member colleges stack up when compared to public and private institutions in Minnesota, the Midwest and nationally.