The Trump administration has rescinded its rule on international students studying online. Read ACE President Ted Mitchell's statement on this development, which is the best possible outcome for colleges and students.
ACEACE President Ted Mitchell: Today’s action shows that together with one voice, all of higher education, the business community, and many others across our nation are making it clear that international students continue to be welcome in the U.S.
The new guidance from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement raises more questions than it answers and unfortunately appears to do more harm than good.
ACEACE President Ted Mitchell on student visa guidance: On its face, the guidance released today by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is horrifying. It raises more questions than it answers and unfortunately does more harm than good. Full statement
ACE President says Education Department's release of the final Title IX rule during the COVID-19 pandemic is irrational and unrealistic.
ACEACE President Ted Mitchell: Timing of ED's new Title IX regs reflects "appallingly poor judgment." In terms of substance, the extraordinary level of micromanagement is "likely to heighten confusion and concern." Read his full statement here >>
As campuses close and move online across the country and the federal government begins to issue guidance, ACE has created a hub for resources and discussion around coronavirus on ACE Engage®.
ACEWhat is ACE doing in response to #COVID19? Quite a lot. Check out this article on some of our latest efforts, and register for tomorrow's webinar on #studentwellbeing in the wake of #coronavirus
By Julie J. Park Growing up in Ohio as the child of Korean immigrants, I had a narrow view of who Asian Americans were. I grew up in a relatively affluent suburb, and most of my Asian American friends were the children of similarly well-educated...
ACEContinuing our holiday top five Higher Ed Today posts, here’s our No. 4 story which explores the challenges facing Asian Americans in higher education.
Campuses that promote minority students’ sense of belonging can lead to improved diversity among students pursuing STEM fields, according to a new brief published by ACE and the National Center for Institutional Diversity at the University of...
ACEReport: Efforts to increase #Diversity in #STEM programs will not be successful if students experience the larger campus community as hostile and discriminatory. Read more here>>
In March 2019, ACE held a plenary session at its 101st Annual Meeting called “Talking About Race.” During the panel discussion, Beverly Daniel Tatum, president emeritus of Spelman College, and Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility: Why It’s So...
ACE"If I could wave a magic wand, I would deepen students’ knowledge of American history"--Beverly Daniel Tatum on how to make students more equity-minded. Read more of our conversation here:
Title: Higher Education in Science and Engineering Source: The National Science Board Authors: Josh Trapani and Katherine Hale The National Science Board has released their annual Higher Education in Science and Engineering Report, which provides...
ACENew report from @NSF_NSB finds that while the number of science and engineering degrees is on the rise, financial support for full-time students continues to decline. #STEM #highered
The House has passed a $982.8 billion minibus spending package that appropriates funding for four separate FY 2020 spending bills, including the one for Labor, Health and Human Services (HHS), and Education.
ACEThe House approves a "minibus" spending package that includes increases for student aid and research. The White House has said it will veto the bill.
Harper, provost professor of business and education and executive director of the Race and Equity Center at the University of Southern California, was presented with the award at ACE2019 in Philadelphia.
ACEKey finding #5: How students pay for higher education varies considerably by race and ethnicity, especially in terms of who borrows and who leaves college with high levels of student loan debt. #EquityMatters #HigherEd equityinhighered.orgpic.twitter.com/MUNoq1H3pN
The initiative by Colorado Mountain College to create income sharing agreements for Dreamers, who are not eligible for federal student financial aid, is one more example of the many ways through which U.S. higher education institutions are trying...
Colorado Mountain College today announced the creation of an income-share agreement fund aimed at undocumented students and others who are not eligible to receive federal financial aid, including Dreamers, or students who are eligible for the...
ACE and 19 other higher education associations submitted a brief Aug. 27 to the Federal Communications Commission in a case that seeks to reverse the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality.
ACEAlong with 19 other #highered and library groups, we submitted a brief asking the DC circuit court to reverse @FCC’s rollback of net neutrality. Preserving an open internet is essential for research, education, the free flow of information.