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Two #VarsityBlues parents have been found guilty of fraud, hiring of college graduates has seen an uptick and PA’s 14 state institutions saw a 5.4% decrease in enrollment this year.

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Student-athletes may be able to unionize in the distant future, Vermont State Colleges System plans to combine three state institutions and the recently released census numbers confirm the fears of some institutions. 

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The Biden administration attempts to recreate DACA, N.C. State’s Chancellor puts his money where his mouth is and some schools debate going online after Thanksgiving. 

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The new FAFSA is set to open on Oct. 1, Sam’s Club looks for student athletes to sponsor and a Mississippi Board for eight public universities has voted to ban a vaccine requirement. 

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The federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate raises questions of how it will affect higher ed, Harvard will divest from fossil fuels and the U.S. News Rankings were released. 

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COVID-19 forces some institutions to go virtual, out-of-state students may not bring in as much revenue as previously thought and the number of men in college has fallen way behind the number of women. 

We are back to weekly updates, folks! So, without further ado….

Hurricane Ida shut down many schools in New Orleans and continues to make its way through the United States, nearly 600 students have been left in Afghanistan and Pennsylvania is a mini case study for enrollment trends in the coming years.

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The FDA’s approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine breaks down one barrier for institutions that haven’t yet required the vaccine, the return to campus this fall is best described as “uncertain” and Yik Yak is back.

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The federal student loan moratorium has been extended, colleges and universities gear up for another pandemic-dampened fall semester and some institutions are raising their tuition to counteract the financial toll of the pandemic. 

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