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Matt Zalaznick
U.S. colleges are now recruiting in more parts of the world as political tensions have led some Chinese students to stay home or study elsewhere. Read more>>

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Liaison International

The implementation of a universitywide admissions management and analytics solution identifies enrollment trends and creates a better applicant experience in this case study. An accompanying Q&A with experts from Liaison discusses how using one application for multiple programs streamlines the process for everyone. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick
Women have surpassed the number of men in colleges in the U.S. and many other parts of the world. Women are also set to become the majority in the college-educated workforce in the U.S. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick
College classrooms can alienate veterans used to mission-oriented military life. It’s not because they don’t have the academic skills, but they don’t always feel welcome. Read more>>

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ABC13.com
The University of Houston welcomed an autonomous food delivery service to campus. Read more>>

WBUR.org
For international students who want to go to college in the United States, there’s a lot of documentation involved. And for many, a lot of uncertainty. Read more>>

Syracuse.com
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling for an investigation into racist messages left in a Syracuse University residence hall. Read more>>

The Philadelphia Inquirer
HACC — Pennsylvania’s largest community college — had instructed counselors to stop providing mental health services. Read more>>

KUTV.com
The Utah Legislature made it possible for people with criminal convictions to turn their lives around after a bill was signed into law by Gov. Gary Herbert in March 2018. Read more>>

Anchorage Daily News
The University of Alaska Board of Regents voted unanimously to cut the university system’s budget request by $25 million for the 2020-21 school year, following a plan previously negotiated by university leaders and Gov. Mike Dunleavy. Read more>>

The New York Times
The circumstances surrounding the 19-year-old’s death were not immediately released, but the authorities said they were looking into “possible misconduct” at a fraternity. Read more>>

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Politico
Hundreds of thousands of undocumented students across the country live with the fear that they could face deportation and an end to their plans for higher education. Read more>>

PennLive.com
After reading this article and a related piece, there remains some confusion regarding the Pennsylvania Higher Education Board’s proposal, requesting $100 million, but more outlandish, the Board’s Chair Cynthia Shapira arguing for $300 million. Chancellor Daniel Greenstein will determine the eventual proposal. Read more>>

CNN.com
America's 1,700 private nonprofit colleges play a significant role in American society, enrolling 3.4 million students and employing 750,000 people. Read more>>

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Ocelot
Notable schools on the Ocelot platform include Northern Virginia Community College, The George Washington University, California Institute of Technology, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Iowa State University, and the University of California Riverside. Read more>>

Leers Weinzapfel Associates, Modus Studios, Mackey Mitchell, & OLIN
Occupying a linear, sloping, 4-acre site at the base of Fayetteville’s McIlroy Hill on the southern end of campus, the project provides a new university gateway that marks the start of a larger living learning district. Read more>>