New foreign students can’t enter U.S. if college courses online
The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, a coalition of college leaders, said it was disappointed by ICE’s decision on new students. It places undue pressure on schools to offer at least some in-person instruction, the group said.
Facing scrutiny, a liberal arts college reinstates terminated faculty
“I would hope that the institution and the Board learn from this episode and not make those kinds of terminations, in violations of standards and their own policies, in the future,” said Nick Fleisher, president of AAUP Wisconsin.
College students need schools to prioritize building networks
Students need access to the right resources to navigate uncertain times. Connections—to peers, faculty, and alumni networks—are an asset that colleges are quick to advertise and, when in a bind, mobilize. It’s time colleges start measuring them, too.