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Select Colleges Share Their Plans for Fall 2020

CCEdit_SurajCCEdit_Suraj 3 replies130 threads Editor
These colleges plan to welcome students back for the Fall 2020 semester. https://insights.collegeconfidential.com/will-college-open-this-fall
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  • CupCakeMuffinsCupCakeMuffins 1152 replies112 threads Senior Member
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    It would be nice if one of the CC admins can maintain a list of decisions taken by colleges about fall semester? It’s a fluid and flexible situation and knowing what other families and colleges are doing, may help members of CC community with their student’s decision process to go in-person or take online option.
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  • Mwfan1921Mwfan1921 4938 replies86 threads Senior Member
    It would be nice if one of the CC admins can maintain a list of decisions taken by colleges about fall semester? It’s a fluid and flexible situation and knowing what other families and colleges are doing, may help members of CC community with their student’s decision process to go in-person or take online option.

    This is a better resource, with links, updated each day.

    https://www.chronicle.com/article/Here-s-a-List-of-Colleges-/248626
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  • nerdraptornerdraptor 5 replies0 threads New Member
    Kind of crazy that the Department of Education doesn't step in and offer a guideline for this stuff...
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  • calixbeachcalixbeach 2 replies0 threads New Member
    It'll be interesting to see which schools go completely online and which schools go for more of a hybrid approach.
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  • Boxcar101Boxcar101 32 replies0 threads Junior Member
    Very few of Universities can afford to have their dorms empty, cafeteria closed, and sports facilities unused. That's not even considering a drop in enrollment from fewer overseas students and fewer students willing to pay top dollar for an online education without the "college experience."

    Universities are businesses. They have employees that work all over campus outside of the classroom. They have bonds to pay for dorms they built, etc.

    I predict that almost all universities will re-open because they must re-open.

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