Notre Dame reverses policy for international students

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Earier this week, The University of Notre Dame reveresed their position on optioins for first-year international students.

More than a week ago it was reported that Notre Dame would require first-year international students unable to secure a visa to defer their education until Fall of 2021. On Tuesday, however, the University reversed its decision in an email that offered incoming students more options for the next semester.

The Observer reports that the announcement came the same day as a reversal from ICE that would force international students to return to their home country if the school went to online-only classes.


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