The election of Donald J. Trump to lead the nation caught academics, like many other people in the country, by surprise. The challenge for colleges now is to anticipate how Mr. Trump’s presidency might affect their finances, international-student enrollment, protection of students’ civil rights, campus unrest, and other issues.
College officials must struggle both to work with President Trump’s administration to improve the economic health of their institutions and to work against his ideas that threaten cherished academic values.
Collected here are 12 articles and opinion pieces that consider what might lie ahead.
Date: Apr. 20, 2018
Digital file size: 1.5 MB