How colleges are preparing to welcome back students
American College Health Association CEO Devin Jopp discusses the push for students to return to universities amid coronavirus and how institutions are ensuring safety.
As many college students are missing out on summer jobs and internships because of the coronavirus pandemic, they're also getting the news that they'll be missing out on an in-person fall semester.
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PRESTIGIOUS WILLIAMS COLLEGE TO CUT TUITION, REQUIRE CORONAVIRUS TESTS FOR FALL REOPENING
Students at Harvard University and University of California schools, including UC Berkeley and UCLA, can expect remote classes in the fall even if they're technically allowed to live on campus. Other schools, like the University of Pennsylvania, haven't made the call about going virtual for fall 2020.