In this week’s roundup:

Some students are returning to campus even as colleges plan for possible re-closures, how universities are handling tuition this fall and the University of Arizona inks a deal for rapid online expansion. 

 

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In this week’s roundup: 

The Trump administration will reject all initial and new requests for entry into the DACA program, ICE announced that new international students will not be permitted to come to the United States if their classes are fully online and a federal judge did not decide on whether or not to block the new Title IX rule.  

 

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In this week's roundup: 

A federal court ordered the Trump administration to accept new DACA applicants, the outlook is bleak for NCAA fall sports and colleges and universities grapple with the logistics of testing in the fall. 

 

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In this week's roundup: 

The White House rescinded ICE's decision regarding international students, colleges and universities will not be punished for reconsidering students' financial aid packages and words and actions are unaligned so far when it comes to undergraduates behaving responsibly and following social distancing regulations. 

 

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In this week’s roundup:  The CDC announced new recommendations for opening campuses in the fall, ICE released new requirements for international students and rising high school seniors provide insight into their fears about going to college amidst the coronavirus pandemic. 

 

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In this week’s roundup: Princeton University removes Woodrow Wilson’s name from their school of public policy, a new poll shows that most Americans don’t know about the changes to Title IX and higher ed leaders worry about the perceived value of pursuing a degree.

 

Stay tuned for our weekly roundup on what trends we’re seeing across institutions, how individual colleges and universities are responding to them and what national policy changes are affecting higher ed.

In this week’s roundup: How the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the DACA program may affect higher education, what’s happening with student athletes back on campus and concerns over colleges’ and universities’ ability to provide enough COVID-19 tests and PPE. Stay tuned for our weekly roundup on what trends we’re seeing across institutions, how individual colleges and universities are responding to them and what national policy changes are affecting higher ed.

In this week’s roundup:  

Protests continue across the nation, bringing more attention to the Black Lives Matter movement; how a new U.S. Supreme Court ruling extending protections to LGBTQ people may affect colleges; and a guide for colleges on reopening safely is offered by Johns Hopkins University and partners. 

Stay tuned for our weekly roundup on what trends we’re seeing across institutions, how individual colleges and universities are responding and what national policy changes are affecting higher ed.

In this week’s roundup:  

Colleges and universities respond to student demands for an anti-racist campus, a DOE lawsuit over Title IX and The College Board urges flexibility as the test-optional movement gains momentum. 

Stay tuned for our weekly roundup on what trends we’re seeing across institutions, how individual colleges and universities are responding and what national policy changes are affecting higher ed.

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