The campus community reported nearly 700 COVID-19 cases in the first four weeks of the semester.
This investigation stems from concerns that the off-campus quarantine requirement for students who test positive for COVID-19 places unnecessary stress on students.
With a vote of 6-3, the court deemed President Joe Biden’s loan forgiveness plan illegal.
Both state and private universities will no longer be allowed to consider race in their admissions process.
Payments are set to resume 60 days after the pause ends.
The department hopes to have the changes fully implemented by the 2024-2025 academic year, but some changes will be implemented in phases before then.
It’s hard to tell whether the ending of affirmative action would impact admissions at this university, but the elimination of the policy could have far-reaching effects.
The administration said it is seeking to overturn the ruling and will hold the applications of those who have already applied.
Applications for the loan forgiveness program are still open.
Applicants can receive up to $20,000 in debt relief if they received a Pell Grant, and up to $10,000 if they are not Pell Grant recipients.