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International students can can work in the dining hall or campus bookstore — but wouldn’t be permitted under visa rules to profit from their “name, image, and likeness” by appearing at a soccer clinic or autograph signing, as the new laws allow.
Forty-three percent of colleges said international applications were above 2020 levels, according to the Institute of International Education. Of that group, about 15 percent reported a “substantial” increase in overseas applicants.