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July 7, 2020
The new Department of Homeland Security rule prohibits international students from returning to or remaining in the United States if their colleges adopt an online-only instruction model for the fall.

July 7, 2020
Officials were determined to keep their promise to start a program, even when funding plans fell through the cracks. They're dipping into the college system's reserves -- during a recession -- to do so.

July 7, 2020
Colorado has become the latest among a handful of states to give colleges financial incentives to increase student diversity, but the new funding formula's impact remains unclear.

July 7, 2020
Rutgers, Harvard, Princeton and Georgetown announce mostly online fall terms while ICE says international students cannot study fully online and remain in U.S. Georgia system reverses course on masks.

July 7, 2020
Auburn University

July 6, 2020
University of Southern California and Hampton reverse course on in-person fall plans, citing rise in coronavirus cases. Florida State says employees can care for children while working from home.

July 6, 2020
College leaders are reconsidering the names of campus buildings and monuments that memorialize white supremacists, in reaction to the current movement against racial injustice.

July 6, 2020
In wake of Supreme Court ruling blocking Trump from ending DACA, the future of the program protecting young undocumented immigrants remains uncertain.

July 6, 2020
City University of New York laid off 2,800 adjunct professors and part-time staff members last week. The union representing the employees responded by suing the university system.

July 2, 2020
College athletes are leading boycotts and prompting conversations about racial injustice. They're also embracing their power to initiate change at their institutions and beyond.

July 2, 2020
The result will be a "university park" concept, where students from several universities study, eat, live and work together.

July 2, 2020
Association of American Colleges and Universities report examines the establishment of 10 campus-based centers focused on racial healing and transformation.

July 2, 2020
Dartmouth reverses course on letting freshmen postpone enrollment. Spelman offers discount for remote instruction. Mount Holyoke won't play varsity sports. Some college football coaches discuss intentional, teamwide immunity.

July 2, 2020
More money for research infrastructure, post-Ph.D. visas and a new office to attract international talent are among the proposals.

July 2, 2020
Chapman University is starting an M.S. in real estate. Cornell University is starting a master of science in legal studies. Dordt University is starting a public health emphasis for biology majors and a new agriculture/biology education major.

July 1, 2020
Senate Republicans signal they will propose funding to help colleges with coronavirus testing, but Democrats propose a much broader and more expensive aid package.

July 1, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has caused more colleges and families to consider taking out tuition insurance, but it would not have helped the students who are seeking tuition refunds for the spring's forced transition to remote learning.

July 1, 2020
Researchers at Cornell University have concluded an online semester at the university will result in more COVID-19 infections than an in-person one. The university is reopening, with plans to monitor students and moderate misbehavior.

July 1, 2020
International students report higher levels of satisfaction with remote learning than their domestic peers, but they have concerns about issues of health, safety and immigration.

July 1, 2020
Feds issue statement on campus testing. University of Arizona pauses athletes' campus return. Warnings about fraternities at U of Washington. UGA sees 154 cases.

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