This week, testing requirements are eliminated at the University of Maryland, Dartmouth changes financial aid packages, Ohio State successfully claims “THE,” and Title IX reaches a big anniversary.
The University of Maryland system will no longer require standardized test scores from applicants. Individual campuses can make their own decisions about requiring scores for admissions review, but the Maryland system as a whole will not require them.
Dartmouth College unveiled a plan to eliminate federal and institutional student loans from student financial aid packages. The loans will be replaced with grant funding.
Ohio State University has officially registered a trademark for the word “THE.” OSU will use “THE” for branded products.
This week marks the 50th Anniversary of Title IX legislation. The landmark legislation guarantees women equal access to education, and its impacts extend far beyond academic or athletic endeavors.
The Biden Administration is proposing expansions to Title IX protections for LGBTQ+ students.