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HIGHER EDUCATION NEWS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2017

* Report: Majority of NY colleges comply with sex assault law. The Times Union writes: http://snip.ly/k3w7j

* The U.S. Department of Education approves sale of Kaplan to Purdue. Education Dive reports: http://snip.ly/9jrla

* Education Dive takes a look at three common areas where higher ed recruitment goes wrong: http://snip.ly/q2y07

* What could DACA’s end mean for colleges? The Atlantic reports: http://snip.ly/8s9z1

* Students filed earlier and universities mailed awards earlier, but some ran into snags with setting tuition.  Inside Higher Ed reports: http://snip.ly/g7gon

* Students have new ways of measuring degrees of success. The Washington Post writes: http://snip.ly/vzj58

* UCLA official: Seven ways colleges hinder diversity through their financial aid. The Washington Post reports: http://snip.ly/u0mb5

* The DeVos revision of sexual-abuse rules will reveal who stands where on due process. Wall Street Journal opines: http://snip.ly/4t0yj

MEMBER NEWS

* Berkeley College Interior Design alumnae, Diane Durocher and Krista Wostbrock featured in the latest edition of Bergen Magazine: http://snip.ly/trl8n

* The College of Westchester offers students five tips on how to eat more fruits and veggies: http://snip.ly/twjgp

* The College of Westchester kicks off the fall semester: http://snip.ly/9ddr3

APC News

* Save the Date! Planning for APC’s Fall membership meeting is underway so mark your calendars and plan to join us on Tues., October 17 at the Albany Renaissance Hotel from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. For more information, please contact Donna Stelling-Gurnett @ dgurnett@apc-colleges.org