Alabama universities respond to President Trump’s travel ban –

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In light of President Trump’s executive order on the travel band, schools across the country are issuing statements regarding how the ban will impact them. That includes a number of schools in Alabama.

Though the executive order is only for seven Muslim majority countries, colleges across Alabama have a number of students and staff who will be directly affected.

In Huntsville, UAH said that like most universities across the country, they attract students, faculty, and researchers from around the world. The school has 19 students from affected areas. UAH is closely monitoring the situation, and says they will be maintaining contact with students and faculty that may be impacted.

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