Over 200 colleges and universities have announced COVID-19 vaccine requirements for the fall semester, while other institutions grapple with legal and political concerns.
The bipartisan measures aim to provide students and their families with better information about the costs of college before they accept an admissions offer.
Measure allows the state's community colleges to offer some bachelor's degrees in addition to associate's degrees and professional certifications.
Richard Cordray, former Ohio attorney general of Ohio and head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, tapped to oversee the nation's $1.6 trillion portfolio of federal student loans.
However, students and certain academics participating in exchange programs will be eligible for exemptions from coronavirus-related travel restrictions.
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