Notes in the Margins: Deportation, loan forgiveness and the fear of God

College information website settles with states Attorneys general in 20 states announced a settlement over GIBill.com, a site that some say was misleading. (The Miami Herald via University Business)

1 Million People Show Support for Student Loan Forgiveness Act The act could mean major changes for college graduates with loan burdens. (U.S. News & World Report)

Immigration Policy Offers Relief for Students Facing Deportation President Obama’s immigration policy has led to an intense debate among politicians and provided relief for many students who faced deportation. (The New York Times)

Some student loans to become more expensive despite deal College students are facing a roughly $20 billion increase in the cost of their federal loans, despite a much-heralded deal in Washington to contain the expense of higher education. (The Washington Post via NAICU)

University Sends ‘Fear of God’ Letter to Students With Senioritis About 100 seniors will have to explain their lackluster final semester of high school to the dean of Texas Christian University, or their admission offers will be rescinded. (The New York Times)