UNCC: Supreme Court's Travel Ban Decision May Hurt International Recruitment
The Supreme Court's 5-4 decision to uphold President Trump's travel ban from seven mostly Muslim countries has college enrollment officials at UNC Charlotte concerned about the message it sends.
The school has roughly 2,600 international students. University officials say about 90 are from the seven countries. Joel Gallegos, UNCC's assistant provost for international affairs, and Denise Maderos, associate director in the international student and scholars office, talk to WFAE's Gwendolyn Glenn: