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Letter to the House on Immigration Reform

February 12, 2014

Letter from the leaders of 15 higher education associations to House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA), and all Republican members of the House, urging them to move forward on immigration reform in 2014. 

Association leaders signing the letter include: 

  • Michael V. Reilly, Executive Director, American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
  • Walter R. Bumphus, President and CEO, American Association of Community Colleges 
  • Muriel A. Howard, President, American Association of State Colleges and Universities 
  • Molly Corbett Broad, President, American Council on Education 
  • Hunter R. Rawlings III, President, Association of American Universities 
  • Rev. Michael J. Sheeran, SJ, President, Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities 
  • Peter McPherson, President, Association of Public and Land-grant Universities 
  • Andy Brantley, President and Chief Executive Officer, College and University Professional Association for Human Resources 
  • Bill Robinson, Interim President, Council for Christian Colleges and Universities 
  • Debra W. Stewart, President, Council of Graduate Schools 
  • Antonio R. Flores, President and CEO, Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities 
  • Marlene M. Johnson, Executive Director & CEO, NAFSA: Association of International Educators
  • David L. Warren, President, National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities 
  • John Walda, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Association of College and University Business Officers 
  • Justin Draeger, President and CEO, National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators​

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