College In The Age of Coronavirus #infographic

College In The Age of Coronavirus #infographic

Because of the outbreak of COVID-19, 1 in 6 seniors who decided to attend full-time college in the fall are now reconsidering the course

Why COVID-19 has hit universities particularly hard

Hazards to school

Liberty University remained open as some students sickened
By April a few students sued, claiming
"Liberty University is benefiting from the COVID-19 pandemic in a very real sense — keeping its school and community facilities 'available' as a reason for retaining fees for the Plaintiff and other members of the Class, given the fact that they no longer have to pay the full cost of offering those services while putting the finances and safety of the students at risk"
The unforeseen disruptions created by enforced federal lockdowns have been encountered by colleges in the United States, and the students feel anxious and uncertain. One in six seniors in high school in the U.S. are revisiting their decision to attend college this fall, according to a study.

This change stems more from an uncertainty about what the future post-corona would bring, or what the college could look like if the situation isn't getting better.

College In The Age of Coronavirus #infographic

infographic by: collegecliffs.com

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