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December 04, 2021

NACUBO Monitoring California Collection Licensing Law →

A new law requires certain persons collecting debts from California residents to register for a license in that state, beginning January 1, 2022. It is not yet clear if the law applies to colleges and universities. NACUBO staff are actively seeking clarification.

November 22, 2021

New OSHA Rules Require Employees to be Vaccinated by January 4, 2022 →

One day after OSHA announced that employers with 100 or more employees will need to ensure that their workers are either fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or that they test negative at least weekly, a federal appeals court temporarily blocked implementation. NACUBO is offering a 30-minute recap of the federal requirements during a Town Hall on Wednesday, November 10.

November 18, 2021

Dramatic Increase in New First-Time International Student Enrollments →

The number of international students enrolled at colleges and universities in the U.S. has started to pick back up following a pandemic-related decline, according to the most recent Open Doors data, with a significant uptick in the number of new international student enrollments this fall.

November 12, 2021

AACRAO and Lumina Foundation Report Examines the Use of Holds →

Holds for registration and official transcripts are often used by institutions to motivate students to take a required action. While most holds are resolved, a newly released report looks at practices at 14 colleges and universities and begins a conversation on their use and impact on students and institutions.

November 08, 2021

Report Indicates Net Tuition Prices and Student Borrowing Decline →

The College Board’s 2021 Trends in College Pricing and Student Aid report showed that average published tuition and fee prices (sticker prices) experienced small increases, while net prices and undergraduate borrowing declined. These trends should be interpreted within the context of other trends impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, such as enrollment declines, trends in state and local funding, and funding received through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF).