In this week's roundup:

The University of Austin promises a new approach to higher education, more community colleges are offering bachelor’s degrees and faculty free speech issues are under fire in Florida. 

In this month’s issue of The Roundup: HBCU Edition, we’re highlighting concerns over federal support to these historic institutions, how greater financial resources can affect the institutions and their students, and the role the sports industry is playing in shining a brighter light on these schools. Take a look at the news below.

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Higher ed has not escaped the national labor shortage, high school grads are opting out of college more than in recent years and University of Minnesota is offering free or reduced tuition to Native American students starting in fall 2022. 

In today’s blog post, we take a look at the month ahead and highlight three events that we expect to make headlines in November. 

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Undergraduate enrollment has taken a big hit this year, free community college will not be part of President Biden’s Build Back Better plan and Amherst College gets rid of legacy admissions. 

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Female athletes are taking full advantage of the new NIL rules, college towns are challenging the 2020 census count and Howard University students are occupying a campus building in protest of poor housing conditions and lack of student representation on governing bodies. 

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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.

In this month's issue of The Roundup: HBCU Edition, we take a look at the news stories and key moments surrounding Historically Black Colleges and Universities, as well as all of the ways in which HBCUs have helped shape public discourse over the past few weeks.

In this week's roundup:

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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