In this week's roundup:

colleges and universities will receive millions for COVID-19 relief, affirmative action could be in jeopardy and the SAT will go fully digital by 2024. 

In this week's roundup:

the University of Michigan has fired its president, $1.85 billion in student loans has been canceled and more institutions distribute K95 masks.

In this week's roundup:

students are returning to the classroom at most colleges and universities, higher-grade masks are required on some campuses and fewer high school graduates enrolled in college last fall. 

In this week's roundup:

the omicron variant has changed some colleges’ plans this semester, the pause on student loans has been extended again, and more college presidents are resigning. 

In this week's roundup:

Social gatherings are being cancelled due to COVID, states are requesting more funding for the next school year, and the Department of Education will reveal its Title IX plan next year. 

In this week's roundup:

Colleges are preparing for the omicron variant, resuming student loan payments pose a challenge, and unauthorized immigrant students face obstacles post-graduation. 

In this week's roundup:

Scammers are posing as college students, community colleges face cybersecurity threats, and single mothers attending community college are receiving support.

In this week's roundup:

Standardized test scores will no longer be accepted by the University of California system, humanities degree numbers continue to decline and colleges are finding ways to reduce student debt.

In this week's roundup:

Faculty are getting fired for not being vaccinated, President Biden’s infrastructure bill aims to increase internet access, and the flu has returned to college campuses. 

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