As coronavirus cases continue rising in California, colleges and universities across the state are assessing how best to operate for the fall semester. Some are completely transitioning to remote learning. Others are looking to combine both online and in-person classes. These changes have left students with some difficult choices: Continue school under these conditions or withdraw for the semester? Return to campus or stay home? In this hour, well hear from students, schools, and health officials about what college campuses could look like this fall.
Students Question Whether College During Pandemic Is Worth The Cost
Kairav Sharma, student, University of California, Berkeley
Anemona Hartocollis, higher education reporter, The New York Times
Devin Jopp, CEO, American College Health Association
Tanaya Sardesai, student, Pomona College
Lizette Navarette, vice chancellor for finance and facilities planning at the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office