Week of April 25th, 2022
Berkeley student athlete signs NIL deal; PSU student helps change policy; NCAA Think Tank focuses on international students; COVID guidance on online + hybrid programs; Rents squeeze US students
Berkeley International Student Athlete Sam Alajiki Signs NIL Deal
Most international student athletes have refrained from entering NIL deals so far because of work restrictions on their student visas.
‘Fighting for this dream’: PSU International Student Helps Change Policy To Allow 200+ To Extend US Stay
That minor change will allow countless future economics majors in Pathak’s position a better opportunity to pursue their dreams in America.
NCAA Think Tank Focuses On Challenges Faced By International Student-Athletes
More than 50 participants brainstorm solutions for campus and national office levels.
US Extends COVID Guidance Around Online And Hybrid Programmes For 2022/23 Academic Year
The policy around online study is designed in part to allow students and educators the flexibility to move programmes online, or back to in-person instruction, as institutional policy and local public health conditions allow.
Housing Shortage, Soaring Rents Squeeze US College Students
Millions of college students in the U.S. are trying to find an affordable place to live as rents surge nationally, affecting seniors, young families and students alike.