You likely already have learned that ICE will require international students to leave the country or transfer to another college or university if their current school offers online-only instruction this fall.
“I am writing today to inform you that after careful consideration of all possible models for safely and effectively delivering instruction during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Rutgers is planning for a Fall 2020 semester that will combine a majority of remotely delivered courses with a limited number of in-person classes,” the university’s new president Jonathan Holloway wrote Monday.
The president’s note indicated that student housing would be limited in the fall. He added that decisions for the remainder of the academic year had yet to be made.
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