- Jun 14, 2021
While the coronavirus pandemic upended most aspects of college life this past year, its impact on students’ mental health has had Catholic college and university leaders looking for new ways to reach students and get resources to them.
Dennis R. DePerro, the 21st president of St. Bonaventure University, died of COVID-19 complications March 1. He was 62.
Boston College is investigating the chairman of its theology department after a former classmate at the University of Notre Dame accused him of sexually assaulting her.
An alliance of presidents of U.S. colleges and universities, including Catholic institutions, said the bipartisan DREAM Act of 2021 “represents the first step to restore certainty into the lives of young adults, students, and other aspiring Americans who want nothing more than to be an integral part of the fabric of this country.”
A Catholic university in Cincinnati will appoint the first woman to lead the school in its 190-year history, school officials announced Monday.
Creighton University plans to divest from fossil fuels over the next decade and turn toward investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and a shortage of nurses and other health care workers to treat patients with COVID-19, a Catholic university in Baton Rouge has been graduating nursing students early and accelerating its respiratory therapy program for seniors.
In a school year turned upside down by the pandemic, groups of students at the Marianist-run University of Dayton in Ohio have been striving to keep some things constant: Supporting each other in their faith and reaching out to the school community.