(NEWS) NJ Colleges Expect Fewer International Students

Of most immediate concern, however, is a July 6 announcement from the U.S. Student and Exchange Visitor Program, which states that F-1 and certain other visa holders attending colleges with 100% online classes this fall will not be permitted to enter or remain in the U.S. The announcement has sparked outrage and a sharp rebuttal from the higher education community. Rutgers, for one, issued a statement from its new president Jonathan Holloway, in which he said, “Rutgers University strenuously disagrees with this rule change and the spirit of the change, which appears to target our vibrant international student community… we will do everything in our power to defend their ability to remain in the United States.”

NJ Colleges Expect Fewer International Students, Businesses also Reckon with Fewer Skilled Foreign Workers,
Sheila Noonan, NJSpotlight, July 9, 2020
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