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Ms. Bassett would not comment on the specifics of the raid or what led to it.

Students said they’re worried about the impact of the publicity surrounding the raid.

“I am not really sure if there will be any other school that will accept me with a background of recent issues from the school I am from,” said Sushma Guthikonda, a 24-year old Indian student who is scheduled to finish his master’s degree this fall. “Considering tuition fees with my budget, I really don’t want to move to [another] university.”

Several schools are already lining up to recruit Mr. Guthikonda and others. According to a statement from TANA, representatives from the University of Southern Mississippi, Murray State University in Kentucky and Concord University in West Virginia will attend Friday’s meeting and “answer students’ questions in transferring … if they are interested.”