The assistant dean of students and director of community standards and student responsibility, sent a notice to the Delta Pi chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity that its organization had been suspended for four years, according to a university press release.
“This initiative is the only one in Michigan where students can earn a degree and have a part-time entry-level position lined up to help pay tuition costs while gaining years of valuable work experience,” Kuyper College President Patricia Harris said.
“Although our eight members are disappointed with the decisions of these two institutions, we recognize that intercollegiate athletics is experiencing rapid change and will most likely look much different in 2025 than it does currently,” commissioner Bob Bowlsby said in a statement.
Clark Atlanta University, said in a news release Friday that it had received a substantial amount of support from the CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, which had allowed it to help students.
“We all acknowledge that increasing tuition is not an action to be taken lightly. But this is the best option we have to provide cost predictability, enhanced student support, and preserve the excellence of the university,” said UC President Michael Drake.
Critics have claimed holistic admissions and affirmative action conceals illegal practices of racial quotas and as a result, Asian American applicants are being denied to maintain a range of other ethnic groups.
Under the new policy, athletes at UNC will be able to earn money for marketing their name, image, and likeness, also referred to as NIL, in groups of three or more, alongside UNC trademarks and logos like the Tar Heels logo and argyle uniforms.
Each drawing will have 100 students who will get a $75 gift card and one student who will win full-year scholarship equal to 30 domestic undergraduate credit hours or 18 domestic graduate credit hours to be used for the 2021-2022 school year.