ACE details how colleges can attract and assist international students amid new pressures

The report lays out how colleges can be more involved in assisting international students, from helping them navigate admissions policies to connecting them to alumni networks upon graduation.

Campuses need to learn “cultural competencies” to truly understand and help international students, said Miriam Feldblum, the co-founder and executive director of the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, which advocates for lenient immigration policies.

Officials should look beyond international student offices and involve all campus groups in developing policies that benefit this population, including campus police and mental health counselors, she said.

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