Nearly 90% of colleges expect international enrollment to decrease next semester due to the pandemic.
The Dattas came from India to teach American children in a Mississippi school. But because of their visas, they worry their own child won’t be able to study in the US.
In 2017, the US saw its first dip in international enrollment in science and engineering in years.
Until recently, Maria Geneva Reyes’s plan was to transfer to a four-year university. But with the chances of a DACA deal dimming, now she wonders if investing in a college degree is worth it.
Mwewa Mwange took a semester off from her university to save money — it's expensive to earn a degree while undocumented. But without DACA, she won't be able to return to finish her degree at all.
His DACA protection and driver’s license are expiring in May, so Jasiel López worries that his drive to school could put him in the path of law enforcement.
At the University of California, Berkeley, they’re trying to help students get enrolled in food aid programs. But it’s not just a problem in California.
Magali Torres, who lives in Florida and is originally from Mexico, is closely watching whether Congress and the White House can agree on a path that will allow her to continue to work legally in the US and worry less about deportation.
A UC Davis researcher says they won’t know for sure until their research is complete, but worry that those who lose DACA status will be at risk for anxiety, hopelessness, embarrassment, sadness, shame and self-blame.
Estimates range from the hundreds of thousands to a million who will leave Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Janet Napolitano, now presidents of the University of California, explains why she is suing a department she once led.