In this week's roundup, an initiative is launched to make college costs and financial aid information more transparent, faculty show solidarity with academic workers on strike and DACA recipients receive support from college presidents. 

In this week's roundup, the student loan pause is extended into 2023, a closed college campus is repurposed and more law schools are going the test-optional route. 

In this week's roundup, tragedy strikes two institutions, student loan forgiveness faces an uncertain future and international student enrollment has increased greatly. 

In this week's roundup, over 26 million Americans have signed up for debt relief, legacy admissions practices face renewed questions and recruiting processes are not yielding diverse candidates for college presidencies. 

In this week's roundup:

the Supreme Court heard two affirmative action cases, Pell Grant recipients have fewer options and arguments are made to end legacy admissions. 

In this week's roundup:

student loan relief will persist, tuition prices rose modestly and most Americans surveyed prefer race-neutral admissions decisions. 

In this week's roundup:

student loan forgiveness applications get underway, efforts are made to increase college student voter turnout, and a majority of Americans oppose restrictions for college professors. 

In this week's roundup:

details were announced on student loan forgiveness applications, the higher education workforce is back to pre-pandemic numbers and most Americans believe college is unaffordable. 

In this week's roundup:

students who are parents receive additional support in California, legal action is taken against the Biden Administration and the traditional grading system may not accurately measure learning. 

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