The higher education community was left reeling this week following new Trump administration rules requiring all foreign students to take some in-person classes this fall or lose their right to be in the country.
But many owners of student housing around the nation remain optimistic about their ability to fill their spaces as schools de-densify dorms and college students prepare to head back to campuses despite the pandemic.
The announcement of planned policy comes after American visa processing services around the world have shuttered and the U.S. continues to block visitors from places like China, Europe and the United Kingdom, which regularly send students to U.S. institutions. At some universities, foreign nationals make up in excess of 20%…
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