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Read: Public Hearing on Title IX Changes Scheduled for June 7-11

Public Hearing on Title IX Changes Scheduled for June 7-11

The June hearing could lead to revisions of Title IX’s sexual misconduct rules implemented by the Trump administration.

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Read: Survey Finds COVID-19, Student Mental Health Are Top School, Higher Ed Safety Concerns

Survey Finds COVID-19, Student Mental Health Are Top School, Higher Ed Safety Concerns

A new survey highlights the most pressing safety concerns and crisis communication challenges for the start of the 2021-2022 academic year.

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Read: Mobile Credentials: Are They the Right Fit for Your Campus?

Mobile Credentials: Are They the Right Fit for Your Campus?

A guide to the benefits and considerations of implementing mobile credentials

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Read: Check Out the 2021 Campus Safety Conference Agenda!

Check Out the 2021 Campus Safety Conference Agenda!

CSC Texas will be held July 21-23 in San Antonio, Texas.

Read: Transact Introduces New CampusPay for Cashiering

Transact Introduces New CampusPay for Cashiering

Secure Solution Makes Transact a One-Stop-Shop for Taking and Processing Any Campus Payment

Read: Montana University Releases Draft of New Firearm Policy

Montana University Releases Draft of New Firearm Policy

The recently released draft outlines details of the school’s firearm policy to be implemented throughout campus on June 1.

Read: Scripps Health Recovering from Ransomware Attack

Scripps Health Recovering from Ransomware Attack

A cyberattack forced Scripps to take critical records offline, potentially impacting medical procedures and emergency response.

Read: Colleges and Universities Battle Insurance Companies Over COVID-19 Losses

Colleges and Universities Battle Insurance Companies Over COVID-19 Losses

Higher-ed campuses are seeking recovery with little success from an estimated $120 billion impact due to the pandemic.

Read: Public Hospitals in San Francisco to Decrease Use of Law Enforcement

Public Hospitals in San Francisco to Decrease Use of Law Enforcement

The proposal recommends using mental health staff instead of law enforcement to respond to crises in hospitals.

Read: Reading Between the Lines: Recognizing Insider References to School Shooters

Reading Between the Lines: Recognizing Insider References to School Shooters

School shooters sometimes quote previous shooters in their online posts and/or homework assignments. Campus staff and police should understand these references so they can intervene.

Read: 2021 Survey of Crisis Communication and Safety in Education

2021 Survey of Crisis Communication and Safety in Education

Concerns, Challenges and Planning for the 2021–2022 School Year

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