In this week's roundup:

COVID-19 forces students to move out early, student loan interest rates will soon be on the rise, and in-person graduations celebrate the classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022. 

In this week's roundup:

student loan relief could be on the way, transfer enrollment has declined and affirmative action may be at risk. 

In this week's roundup:

Native American students in California have their tuition waived, the Second Chance Pell program expands and Harvard University addresses its legacy of slavery. 

In this week's roundup:

Howard University‚Äôs spike in COVID cases prompts a pivot online,  interest in three-year degrees is growing, and emotional stress takes a heavy toll on students.

In this week's roundup:

rising COVID-19 cases lead to reinstated mask mandates, students push back on the end of hybrid learning and international applications are on the rise. 

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the federal student loan repayment pause has been extended again, a community college deals with fake applications and higher education funding has taken a hit. 

In this week's roundup:

use of the Common App is on the rise, the Pell Grant could see an increase, and the student affairs profession faces a retention issue. 

In this week's roundup:

Education plans for a disproportionate number of Black and Latinx students were changed by the pandemic, colleges and universities create new ways to rename campus buildings and an online institution devotes scholarships to Ukrainian refugees. 

In this week's roundup:

Institutions are cutting ties with Russia and providing aid to Ukrainian students, public opinion of higher education is more positive, and parents of Temple students take matters into their own hands.

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