The clock could be ticking on OPT. What we know, and what we wish we did.
If most current international students are still in the U.S., travel restrictions and other barriers won’t keep them from making it to campus in the fall.
GOP senators want a halt to OPT. The president seems to be thinking about it. Plus, new research links visa-refusal rates to international enrollment declines.
When college leaders push for a return to in-person class this fall, the value of the campus environment is central to their argument.
When it comes to visas, threats may be as potent as action.
If classes are held online in the fall semester, it could spell trouble for international enrollments
International students face additional hurdles in the switch to remote learning. Plus, the coronavirus outbreak hasn’t slowed the investigation into higher ed’s China ties.
To keep their families safe, is staying away the best thing students can do?
What happened when one college told international students they had to move off-campus. And a new measure of academic freedom worldwide.
International students face a dilemma — stay in the U.S. or return home? And readers weigh in with their coronavirus-related student-visa questions.