Surviving as a private university in COVID-19 era: The AIT experience

Surviving as a private university in COVID-19 era: The AIT experience

AIT By Dominic Osei-Boakye An Akan adage says a hunter does not have mercy on a sick animal. The thought of the above adage is illustrated by the case of the private university sector in Ghana. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the survival of the universities in this sector, which employs thousands of Ghanaians, was heavily dependent […]
FAFSA renewals still down, but more students appealing aid

FAFSA renewals still down, but more students appealing aid

Dive Brief: Roughly 3% fewer students renewed their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as of May compared to a year ago, according to new data from the National College Attainment Network (NCAN). Meanwhile, administrators report an uptick in students...
NOUN matriculates 15,000 students – Vanguard News

NOUN matriculates 15,000 students – Vanguard News

Vice-Chancellor of NOUN, Professor Abdalla Uba Adamu By Joseph Erunke ABUJA – THE National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN, Saturday, matriculated 15,000 of its newly admitted students. But the matriculation ceremony was held online following the lockdown arising...