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CAU Settles Unpaid Student Account Balances From 2020-2021

To encourage students to continue their education, Clark Atlanta University announced that unpaid student account balances from Spring 2020 to Summer 2021 have been settled.

University of California Regents Hike Tuition for 2022-23

The University of California Board of Regents has approved a multi-year proposal to increase tuition and fees across all ten campuses — its first tuition hike since 2017.

Federal Court Upholds Indiana University Vaccine Mandate

The US District Court for the Northern District of Indiana affirmed that Indiana University can require its students to get vaccinated before the fall semester resumes.

University of Oregon Settles Four-Year Pay Disparity Lawsuit

The University of Oregon has reached a settlement with a former psychology professor who claimed that she was paid less than male colleagues four years after the initial lawsuit was filed.

New Bill Bans Ohio Colleges From Emergency Use Vaccines

Governor Mike DeWine has signed a bill prohibiting public schools and colleges in Ohio from requiring emergency use COVID-19 vaccines.

Boston College Faces Backlash Over Vaccination Exemption

Several Catholic students and their parents are furious with Boston College for refusing to grant religious exemptions to students who refuse COVID-19 vaccinations because they contain aborted fetal tissue.

Professor Sues South University Over Return-to-Campus Order

An associate professor with heart and lung complications at South University in Virginia has filed a lawsuit against the school over a return-to-work mandate, alleging that she is being forced to work on campus despite severe health risks.

Northampton, East Stroudsburg Sign New Transfer Agreement for Students

Northampton Community College and East Stroudsburg University have established a transfer agreement allowing students from NCC to continue at ESU.