Wednesday, January 29

Impacts of Immigration Policy in the U.S.: Supporting your International Students and Campus

by Miriam Feldblum

by Miriam Feldblum

As the new school year starts, many campuses may be experiencing another year of declining new international student enrollments, feeling pressure to invest more resources in international recruitment and their international student support services, putting in place new efforts and programs to address the increased concerns and anxiety voiced by their international students and scholars, or otherwise working to prepare their institutions for upcoming immigration policy developments on the horizon.

Today, senior institutional leaders on campuses that enroll international students are finding they have to increase their awareness of and engagement with these topics. The purpose of this article is to provide you with a useful primer on:

  1. What has changed with regard to international students and the current context,
  2. Immigration policy developments already here and on the horizon, and
  3. How have higher education leaders responded so far, along with actions that you may want to consider for you and your campus

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